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#!/usr/bin/env python
"""
This script show how to use the AddressBook framework from Python. It dumps
information about the person on "your card".
"""
import AddressBook

book = AddressBook.ABAddressBook.sharedAddressBook()
me = book.me()

if not me:
    import sys
    print """There doesn't appear to be an entry marked as 'your card'.

Mark a record in the address book as 'This is my card' under the Card
menu and run this script again.
"""
    sys.exit(1)

# Ask the class which properties are supported.
propNames = type(me).properties()

d = {}
for i in propNames:
    d[i] = me.valueForProperty_(i)

keys = d.keys()
keys.sort()
print "Information about me"
print "--------------------"
for k in keys:
    if d[k] == None: continue
    print '%s: %s'%(k, d[k])
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