How to use _open_for_read method in avocado

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...14 if write:15 self._open_for_write(sheet_name)16 else:17 if sheet_name:18 self._open_for_read(f, content, sheet_name)19 else:20 self._open_for_read(f, content, sheet_number)21 def add_sheet(self, name, sheet_number):22 self.sheet = self.wb.add_sheet(name)23 self.sheet_number = sheet_number24 self.x = 025 self.y = 026 def _open_for_read(self, f, content, sheet):27 if content:28 self.wb = xlrd.open_workbook(file_contents=content)29 else:30 self.wb = xlrd.open_workbook(f)31 if isinstance(sheet, basestring):32 self._goto_sheet(sheet_name=sheet)33 else:34 self._goto_sheet(int(sheet))35 def _open_for_write(self, sheet_name):36 self.wb = xlwt.Workbook(encoding='utf-8')37 self.sheet = self.wb.add_sheet(sheet_name) 38 self.sheet_number = 039 self.x = 140 self.y = 0...

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...25 def _write_command(self):26 command = input("Command: ")27 description = input("Description: ")28 return f"{command} {SEP} {description}\n"29 def _open_for_read(self, file):30 line_cache = []31 file_path = f"{DIR}/{getenv('SHORTCUT_DIR_NAME')}/{file}"32 with open(file_path, "r") as file:33 for line in file.readlines():34 try:35 line_cache.append(line)36 except IndexError:37 pass38 return line_cache39 def _open_for_append(self, file):40 file = f"{DIR}/{getenv('SHORTCUT_DIR_NAME')}/{file}"41 with open(file, "a") as file:42 file.write(self._write_command())43 def _open_for_clean_write(self, file, lines: None = list):44 file = f"{DIR}/{getenv('SHORTCUT_DIR_NAME')}/{file}"45 with open(file, "w") as file:46 file.writelines(lines)47 def _edit_file(self, file):48 coms = self._open_for_read(file)49 com_dict = {}50 for i in coms:51 k, v = i.split(SEP)52 com_dict[k.strip()] = v53 print(f"{k} : {v}")54 while True:55 k = input("Command to edit (typed exactly as seen): ").strip()56 if not com_dict.get(k):57 print("\ncommand is typed incorrectly or does not exist\n")58 continue59 com_dict.pop(k)60 newk, newv = self._write_command().split(SEP)61 com_dict[newk] = newv62 break63 scitems = [f"{k} {SEP} {v}" for k,v in com_dict.items()]64 self._open_for_clean_write(file, scitems)65# Custom ipython magic method documentation at: 66# ShortMagic(ShortUtil, Magics):69 def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs):70 super().__init__(*args, **kwargs)71 self.apps = getenv("APPLICATIONS").split()72 self.scdir = DIR.joinpath(getenv("SHORTCUT_DIR_NAME"))73 self._create_files()74 @line_magic75 def sc(self, line):76 "Get a user defined list of IPython shortcuts"77 app = self._interpret_line(line, self.apps)78 if not app:79 return80 file = f"{app}.sct"81 coms = self._open_for_read(file)82 for i in coms:83 line = i.split(SEP)84 print(f"{line[0]} : {line[1]}")85 @line_magic86 def sc_add(self, line):87 "Add to IPython shortcuts file - ishortcuts.txt"88 app = self._interpret_line(line, self.apps)89 if not app:90 return91 file = f"{app}.sct"92 self._open_for_append(file)93 @line_magic94 def sc_edit(self,line):95 breakpoint()...

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