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Old 12-31-2005, 08:34 AM   #1
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Python/Mailman question

I'm not sure if this is a python or mailman question but I can't seem to get an answer from the mailman list. Hopefully someone here is familiar enough with both to answer a simple question.

I am trying to customize the mailman templates and it or python uses the '%' to delimit variable names. I need to include a literal '%' in my template but I cannot find an escape character that works. Python is supposed to accept the backslash (\) as an escape character but that does not seem to work in mailman templates. Can somone tell me what the escape character is for python/mailman in templates? TIA.


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