regular expression question: last occurence
gerrit.holl at pobox.com
Sat Jun 12 12:02:42 EDT 1999
I want to get the _last_ occurence of some string in some other string. What
I want exactly, is having the current directory (for example,
and than put everything after the last "/linuxgames" in a string. But when
someone is in the directory "/home/gerrit/linuxgames/cvs/linuxgames", my current
regexp is getting /cvs/linuxgames, and that's not what I want. Now, I have:
currentdir = os.getcwd()
mo = re.search('/linuxgames', currentdir)
eind = mo.end()
subdir = currentdir[eind:] + '/'
But that doesn't solve my problem.
The Dutch Linuxgames website. De Nederlandse Linuxgames pagina.
Everything about games on Linux. Alles over spelletjes onder Linux.
Site address: http://linuxgames.nl.linux.org
Personal homepage: http://nl.linux.org/~gerrit/
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