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Formatting a list of sentences extracted from text

I am trying to format a list neatly that I have extracted using regex. I would like to have each sentence in its own line and remove the n characters: Image of current output: Answer From OP’s image, text_1 is a list of strings. To remove the newline n characters from a string, you can use the string’s replace method.

How do I format a date and also pad it with spaces?

Formatting appears to work differently if the object you’re formatting is a date. returns i.e. it has the padding. If I now do this: then the response is Which is obviously not what I want. I’ve tried various other combinations where I put in the date format as well, but all it does is draw the date out and then

Easiest way to split JSON file using Python

I am working on an interactive visualization of the world happiness report from the years 2015 up to 2020. The data was split into 6 csv files. Using pandas, I have succesfully cleaned the data and concatenated them into one big JSON file with the following format: Now, I would like to programmatically format the JSON file such that it

integer formatting does not work in Python

I am trying to save my images with the time epoch plus iterating integers like this:‘/content/result/’ + epoch + ‘_%03d’ + ‘.png’ , format=”png”) However, the output is something like this: 16087965_%03d.jpg The formatting does not work for some reason. I do not know why. Answer At the moment, ‘_%03d’ is just a literal string. Since your code is

Cleaning up data frame and date time

I am working with data frame. One of the columns contains date where the format of cell are mixed between date, time and string. The sample date frame is as follow: I want to create a new column that contains the text of date column. The expected output is as follows: How can I do that? Answer IIUC using to_datetime,