Regular Expression Skipping Match
thomas at jollybox.de
Sat Oct 2 14:48:07 CEST 2010
On Saturday 02 October 2010, it occurred to AON LAZIO to exclaim:
> Hi python pals,
> I need this help, say I have
> h = "Hello \n World"
> How would I create a regular expression that match only "Hello World"?
> (ignore \n in the middle)
What exactly are you looking for? One way to solve your example would be
simply h[:6] + h[8:] - but I doubt that's what you're looking for. Maybe
something along the lines of ' '.join(s.strip() for s in h.split('\n')) ?
> Thanks in advance
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