Python sqlite and regex.

Matt Good matt.good at gmail.com
Fri May 19 17:57:41 CEST 2006


SQLite3 already has a REGEXP function, so you don't need to create your
own.

As Dan mentioned you also have a problem in your expression: 'aa.[0-9])
You need a closing quote on the expression, and you need to match the
close paren with an open paren, or remove it.

Also, in case you weren't aware, there will be a "sqlite3" module in
Python 2.5 based on pysqlite 2.2: http://initd.org/tracker/pysqlite

Using pysqlite will make it easier to move to the Python 2.5 sqlite3
module if that's important to you.

-- Matt Good




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