How to use _encode_table method in autotest

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1# Purpose: decode/encode DXF proprietary data2# Created: 01.05.20143# Copyright (C) 2014, Manfred Moitzi4# License: MIT License5from __future__ import unicode_literals6__author__ = "mozman <>"7from .c23 import PY38_decode_table = {9 0x20: ' ',10 0x40: '_',11 0x5F: '@',12}13for c in range(0x41, 0x5F):14 _decode_table[c] = chr(0x41 + (0x5E - c)) # 0x5E -> 'A', 0x5D->'B', ...15def decode(text_lines):16 def _decode(text):17 dectab = _decode_table # fast local var18 s = []19 if PY3:20 text = bytes(text, 'ascii')21 else:22 text = map(ord, text)23 skip = False24 for c in text:25 if skip:26 skip = False27 continue28 if c in dectab:29 s += dectab[c]30 skip = (c == 0x5E) # skip space after 'A'31 else:32 s += chr(c ^ 0x5F)33 return ''.join(s)34 return (_decode(line) for line in text_lines)35_encode_table = {36 ' ': ' ', # 0x2037 '_': '@', # 0x4038 '@': '_', # 0x5F39}40for c in range(0x41, 0x5F):41 _encode_table[chr(c)] = chr(0x5E - (c - 0x41)) # 0x5E->'A', 'B'->0x5D, ...42def encode(text_lines):43 def _encode(text):44 s = []45 enctab = _encode_table # fast local var46 for c in text:47 if c in enctab:48 s += enctab[c]49 if c == 'A':50 s += ' ' # append a space for an 'A' -> cryptography51 else:52 s += chr(ord(c) ^ 0x5F)53 return ''.join(s)...

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1import codecs2import string3from typing import Tuple4escape_char = "!"5_encode_table = {6 escape_char: escape_char,7 #replace illegal chars8 "\\": "{",9 "/": "}",10 "<": "[",11 ">": "]",12 ":": ";",13 "*": "+",14 "?": "`",15 "\"": "'",16 "|": "~",17 #avoid filename extension confusion18 ".": ","19}20_decode_table = {v: k for k, v in _encode_table.items()}21#Put the escape character in front of literal characters.22def url_as_file_encode(url: str) -> Tuple[str, int]:23 l = []24 for x in url:25 if x in _decode_table.keys():26 l.append(escape_char + x)27 elif x in _encode_table.keys():28 l.append(_encode_table[x])29 else:30 l.append(x)31 return ''.join(l), len(url)32def url_as_file_decode(text: str) -> Tuple[str, int]:33 out = []34 is_escaped = False35 for c in text:36 if c in _decode_table:37 if is_escaped:38 out.append(c)39 is_escaped = False40 elif c == escape_char:41 is_escaped = True42 else:43 out.append(_decode_table[c])44 else:45 out.append(c)46 #is_escaped = False47 return ''.join(out), len(text)48def url_as_file_search_function(encoding_name):49 return codecs.CodecInfo(url_as_file_encode, url_as_file_decode, name='url-as-file')...

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