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Python Regular Expressions in Python Introduction to Regular Expressions Escapes

Jake Williams
Jake Williams
2,900 Points

escapes.py challenge task 2

Not sure exactly what I'm missing here but I feel like I'm close. The other example I found didn't help me out too much.

import re

def first_number(string):
    number = re.search(r'\d', string)
    return number

def numbers(count_as_int, string_1):
    numeros = re.search(r'\d' * 5, string_1)
    return numeros

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
218,653 Points

Yes, you are very close indeed. But the instructions say to search for "exactly count numbers" (using the supplied argument) and not always 5.