Python regular expression help needed, multiple lines regex

I was trying to scape a link out of a .eml file but somehow I always get “NONE” as return for my search. But I don’t even get the link with the confirm brackets, no problem in getting that …

Regex – match until a group of multiple possibilities

I have the following text: You may have that thing NO you dont BUT maybe yes I’m trying to write a regex which can match everything until it finds some specific words, “NO” and “BUT&…

Why is Python re not splitting multiple instances of punctuation?

I am trying to split inputted text at spaces, and all special characters like punctuation, while keeping the delimiters. My re pattern works exactly the way I want except that it will not split …

Creating dictionary from strings containing a specific letter

I’m trying to create a dictionary from a text file that contains test results. The text file looks like this: NETAPP-MIB::enclTempSensorsCurrentTemp.1 = STRING: 29C (84F) ambient, 36C (96F), 36C (96F),…

Not finding a good regex pattern to substitute the strings in a correct order(python)

I have a list of column names that are in string format like below: lst = [“plug”, “[plug+wallet]”, “(wallet-phone)”] Now I want to add df[] with ” ‘ ” to each …

what data type is returned by re.search(pattern, stringOfText) in Python? An int or string?

Consider the following code below. I was told that if regExMagic() doesn’t find a match for Lucy in the string of text, it returns “None” to regExMagic(). Since “None” is already a …

removing URL from string using python’s re

Using this to try to remove URLs from a string: text = re.sub(r’https?://[A-Za-z0-9./]+’, ”, text) Unfortunately it works for simple URLs but not for complex ones. So something like http://www….

Remove unicode encoded emojis from Twitter tweet

For a data science project I am tasked with the cleanup of our twitter data. The tweets contain unicode encoded emojis (and other stuff) in the form of ud83dudcf8 (camera emoji) or ud83cuddeb…

Detecting a specific string with regex in python

I have a csv file with below string structure: Modem Switch (MMA-213-MML-NW-Match-New Year)(32655)(12532) Modem Switch3 (MMA-1234-431-NW-Match-New Month)(32655)(12532) Modem Switch3 (MMA-1234-431-NW-…

Python – Fast count words in text from list of strings and that start with

I know that similar questions have been asked several times, but my problem is a bit different and I am looking for a time-efficient solution, in Python. I have a set of words, some of them end with …