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import six

from .. import i18n
from ..utils import str_coercible

[docs]@str_coercible class Country(object): """ Country class wraps a 2 to 3 letter country code. It provides various convenience properties and methods. :: from babel import Locale from sqlalchemy_utils import Country, i18n # First lets add a locale getter for testing purposes i18n.get_locale = lambda: Locale('en') Country('FI').name # Finland Country('FI').code # FI Country(Country('FI')).code # 'FI' Country always validates the given code. :: Country(None) # raises TypeError Country('UnknownCode') # raises ValueError Country supports equality operators. :: Country('FI') == Country('FI') Country('FI') != Country('US') Country objects are hashable. :: assert hash(Country('FI')) == hash('FI') """ def __init__(self, code_or_country): if isinstance(code_or_country, Country): self.code = code_or_country.code elif isinstance(code_or_country, six.string_types): self.validate(code_or_country) self.code = code_or_country else: raise TypeError( "Country() argument must be a string or a country, not '{0}'" .format( type(code_or_country).__name__ ) ) @property def name(self): return i18n.get_locale().territories[self.code] @classmethod def validate(self, code): try: i18n.babel.Locale('en').territories[code] except KeyError: raise ValueError( 'Could not convert string to country code: {0}'.format(code) ) def __eq__(self, other): if isinstance(other, Country): return self.code == other.code elif isinstance(other, six.string_types): return self.code == other else: return NotImplemented def __hash__(self): return hash(self.code) def __ne__(self, other): return not (self == other) def __repr__(self): return '%s(%r)' % (self.__class__.__name__, self.code) def __unicode__(self): return