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"""Boolean handling for CWMP.
TR-069 Amendment 3, Annex A says:
Boolean, where the allowed values are "0", "1", "true", and "false".
The values "1" and "true" are considered interchangeable, where both
equivalently represent the logical value true. Similarly, the values
"0" and "false" are considered interchangeable, where both equivalently
represent the logical value false.
"""
__author__ = 'dgentry@google.com (Denton Gentry)'
# TODO(apenwarr): replace all remaining uses of this with tr.cwmptypes.Bool.
def format(arg): # pylint:disable=redefined-builtin
"""Print a CWMP boolean object."""
return '1' if arg else '0'
def parse(arg):
lower = str(arg).lower()
if lower == 'false' or lower == '0':
return False
elif lower == 'true' or lower == '1':
return True
else:
raise ValueError('Invalid CWMP boolean')
def valid(arg):
# pylint:disable=bare-except
try:
parse(arg)
except:
return False
return True