A simple function that will remove the quote marks from every string in a list - if and only if the quote marks are the first and last character of the string, regardless of whether they are single or double quotes.
Useful when parsing the arguments of a custom tag.
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def dequote(arg): "Given a list, will return a list with any leading and trailing quotes from the items in the list removed" return [ ( arg[1:-1] if arg == arg[-1] and arg in ('"', "'") else arg ) for arg in args ]
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