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Approximate country and language name matching for pycountry, making it an even better reference for messy data.


>>> import pycountry
>>> pycountry.countries.get(name='Vietnam')
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module>
  File "/Users/you/Library/Python/2.7/lib/python/site-packages/pycountry/", line 85, in get
    return self.indices[field][value]
KeyError: 'Vietnam'


Find a country through the find_country() method, giving it an approximate string name. It returns a Country object with ISO metadata about the match.

>>> import globetrotter
g>>> globetrotter.find_country('Vietnam')
<pycountry.db.Country object at 0x1038eed90>
>>> globetrotter.find_country('Vietnam').name
u'Viet Nam'

Find a language through the find_language() method in a similar way. It returns a Language object.

>>> import globetrotter
>>> globetrotter.find_language('Spanish')
<pycountry.db.Language object at 0x103a444d0>
>>> globetrotter.find_language('Spanish').name
u'Spanish; Castilian'
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