I have noticed if our regex sometimes does not give a result and on that time regex took more time in returning response (empty response).
My Question is can we set a timeout parameter (in seconds/millisecond) with re.find or anywhere in code to avoid CPU consumption if regex takes more time in execution.
Below is the example, which take more time in execution: (in this case can we set timeout to kill the execution to avoid CPU consumption)
regex = r'data-stid="section-room-list"[\s\S]*?>\s*([\s\S]*?)\s*' \ r'(?:class\s*=\s*"\s*sticky-book-now\s*"|</ul>\s*</section>|id\s*=\s*"Location")' rooms_blocks_to_be_replace = re.findall(regex, html_template)
Please help me, I will be very thankful for this.
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