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Create patterns to detect the occurrence of sequences so that you can restrict in which cases to replace the detected substrings in the input string

These are the input string examples: I have tried with a simple replacement, but I think that the cases must be further restricted with a regex pattern so that unwanted replacements are not made… , and to be able to obtain this string as output… the correct output for each of these examples: In this case, the pseudo-pattern is: some

Pyspark find existing set of rows in a dataframe and replace it with values from another dataframe

I have a Pyspark dataframe_Old (dfo) as below: Id neighbor_sid neighbor division a1 1100 Naalehu Hawaii a2 1101 key-west-fl Miami a3 1102 lubbock Texas a10 1202 bay-terraces California I have a Pyspark dataframe_new (dfn) as below: Id neighbor_sid neighbor division a1 1100 Naalehu Hawaii a2 1111 key-largo-fl Miami a3 1103 grapevine Texas a4 1115 meriden-ct Connecticut a12 2002 east-louisville Kentucky

Replace decimals in floating point numbers

Someone on this platform has already helped me with generating the following code: This code ensures that the last decimal is not a 0 or a 9. However, I would like to have no 0’s nor 9’s in all the decimals that are generated (such that it will not be possible to have a number 1.963749 or 3.459007). It would

Replacing day in date with last day of month

I’ve got a dataframe with column ‘date’, containing yyyy-mm-dd 00:00:00. Python automatically assigned first day of every quarterly month, but I want last day of same month. I’ve tried: and without any success. sample of df: date value 1990-07-01 00:00:00 46.7 1990-10-01 00:00:00 54.2 1991-01-01 00:00:00 38.6 1991-04-01 00:00:00 20 1991-07-01 00:00:00 18.6 I want: date value 1990-07-31 00:00:00 46.7

Python .replace() function doesn’t seem to do anything

I’m trying to modify a table I scraped of Yahoo Finance containing dividends over the last 5 years. An example row of this table is: “1.50 Dividend”. As I want to do calculations with this table I needed only the number in the form of a float. So I used the .replace(“Dividend, “”) function to remove the text part so

pythonic way to replace two character in a string

I have a string ,for example s = “-1+2-3” I want to replace all – to + and all + to -. what I expected is s = +1-2+3 .So I can’t just use s.replace(‘-‘,’+’).replace(‘+’,’-‘),because it return s=-1-2-3,maybe a for loop can help. But I wonder if there is a pythonic way to do so? thanks for all solutions i

Put comma after a pattern in python regex

Just like the question says I am trying to add a comma at the end of a pattern or sub string. I found 3 solutions that should do the job, and look logical too. But they are not changing anything. I will show you all those codes. The goal is to find out if there is something that I am

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