How to use print_by_ids_parse method in autotest

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...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)...

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