How to use __conv_value method in autotest

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...439 return440 twrap = textwrap.TextWrapper(initial_indent='\t',441 subsequent_indent='\t')442 print twrap.fill(', '.join(values))443 def __conv_value(self, type, value):444 return KEYS_CONVERT.get(type, str)(value)445 def print_fields_std(self, items, keys, title=None):446 """Print the keys in each item, one on each line"""447 if not items:448 return449 if title:450 print title451 for item in items:452 for key in keys:453 print '%s: %s' % (KEYS_TO_NAMES_EN[key],454 self.__conv_value(key,455 _get_item_key(item, key)))456 def print_fields_parse(self, items, keys, title=None):457 """Print the keys in each item as comma458 separated name=value"""459 for item in items:460 values = ['%s=%s' % (KEYS_TO_NAMES_EN[key],461 self.__conv_value(key,462 _get_item_key(item, key)))463 for key in keys464 if self.__conv_value(key,465 _get_item_key(item, key)) != '']466 print self.parse_delim.join(values)467 def __find_justified_fmt(self, items, keys):468 """Find the max length for each field."""469 lens = {}470 # Don't justify the last field, otherwise we have blank471 # lines when the max is overlaps but the current values472 # are smaller473 if not items:474 print "No results"475 return476 for key in keys[:-1]:477 lens[key] = max(len(self.__conv_value(key,478 _get_item_key(item, key)))479 for item in items)480 lens[key] = max(lens[key], len(KEYS_TO_NAMES_EN[key]))481 lens[keys[-1]] = 0482 return ' '.join(["%%-%ds" % lens[key] for key in keys])483 def print_table_std(self, items, keys_header, sublist_keys=()):484 """Print a mix of header and lists in a user readable485 format486 The headers are justified, the sublist_keys are wrapped."""487 if not items:488 return489 fmt = self.__find_justified_fmt(items, keys_header)490 header = tuple(KEYS_TO_NAMES_EN[key] for key in keys_header)491 print fmt % header492 for item in items:493 values = tuple(self.__conv_value(key,494 _get_item_key(item, key))495 for key in keys_header)496 print fmt % values497 if sublist_keys:498 for key in sublist_keys:499 self.print_wrapped(KEYS_TO_NAMES_EN[key],500 _get_item_key(item, key))501 print '\n'502 def print_table_parse(self, items, keys_header, sublist_keys=()):503 """Print a mix of header and lists in a user readable504 format"""505 for item in items:506 values = ['%s=%s' % (KEYS_TO_NAMES_EN[key],507 self.__conv_value(key, _get_item_key(item, key)))508 for key in keys_header509 if self.__conv_value(key,510 _get_item_key(item, key)) != '']511 if sublist_keys:512 [values.append('%s=%s'% (KEYS_TO_NAMES_EN[key],513 ','.join(_get_item_key(item, key))))514 for key in sublist_keys515 if len(_get_item_key(item, key))]516 print self.parse_delim.join(values)517 def print_by_ids_std(self, items, title=None, line_before=False):518 """Prints ID & names of items in a user readable form"""519 if not items:520 return521 if line_before:522 print523 if title:524 print title + ':'525 self.print_table_std(items, keys_header=['id', 'name'])526 def print_by_ids_parse(self, items, title=None, line_before=False):527 """Prints ID & names of items in a parseable format"""528 if not items:529 return530 if title:531 print title + '=',532 values = []533 for item in items:534 values += ['%s=%s' % (KEYS_TO_NAMES_EN[key],535 self.__conv_value(key,536 _get_item_key(item, key)))537 for key in ['id', 'name']538 if self.__conv_value(key,539 _get_item_key(item, key)) != '']540 print self.parse_delim.join(values)541 def print_list_std(self, items, key):542 """Print a wrapped list of results"""543 if not items:544 return545 print ' '.join(_get_item_key(item, key) for item in items)546 def print_list_parse(self, items, key):547 """Print a wrapped list of results"""548 if not items:549 return550 print '%s=%s' % (KEYS_TO_NAMES_EN[key],...

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