Fix wording in command_args_parser.quoted docstring

Signed-off-by: Maxime Buquet's avatarMaxime “pep” Buquet <pep@bouah.net>
parent ebc886d6
......@@ -91,18 +91,18 @@ class CommandArgParser:
the numbers `mandatory` and `optional`.
If the string doesn’t contain at least `mandatory` arguments, we return
None because the given arguments are invalid.
None because the given arguments are invalid.
If there are any remaining arguments after `mandatory` and `optional`
arguments have been found (and “ignore_trailing_arguments" is not True),
we happen them to the last argument of the list.
we append them to the last argument of the list.
An argument is a string (with or without whitespaces) between to quotes
An argument is a string (with or without whitespaces) between two quotes
("), or a whitespace separated word (if not inside quotes).
The argument `defaults` is a list of strings that are used when an
optional argument is missing. For example if we accept one optional
argument, zero is available but we have one value in the `defaults`
argument and none is provided, but we have one value in the `defaults`
list, we use that string inplace. The `defaults` list can only
replace missing optional arguments, not mandatory ones. And it
should not contain more than `mandatory` values. Also you cannot
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