find integers in f.readline()
Alf P. Steinbach
alfps at start.no
Fri Apr 30 04:33:27 CEST 2010
On 30.04.2010 04:22, * elsa:
> Hi people,
> I'm having a problem getting the info I need out of a file.
> I've opened the file with f=open('myFile','r').
> Next, I take out the first line with line=f.readline()
> line looks like this:
> '83927 300023_25_5_09_FL 9086 9134 F3LQ2BE01AQLXF 1 49 + 80
> I then split it into parts with parts = line.split()
> ['83927', '300023_25_5_09_FL', '9086', '9134', 'F3LQ2BE01AQLXF', '1',
> '49', '+', '80', 'ZA8Z89HIB7M']
> Now, I need to test whether I can call int(parts) or not. Some of
> the lines in my file start with a value which represents and integer
> (as above), while others are just strings of characters. I want to
> extract just the lines like the one above, that start with an integer.
> Any suggestions?
lines = (
"83927 300023_25_5_09_FL 9086 9134 F3LQ2BE01AQLXF 1 49 + 80 ZA8Z89HIB7M",
"2 small tortoises"
for line in lines:
parts = line.split()
if len( parts ) > 0:
v = int( parts )
print( "OK " + line )
print( "! " + line )
Cheers & hth.,
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