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Trace HarrisPython Web Development Techdegree Graduate 22,065 Points
am I using the right pattern here
So I feel that i am going in the right direction to use re.compile to setattr in the init: it has been a while since I have used args and kwargs is this pattern correct just getting a bummer: try again! a real useful error if i say so myself lol
string = '''Love, Kenneth: 20 Chalkley, Andrew: 25 McFarland, Dave: 10 Kesten, Joy: 22 Stewart Pinchback, Pinckney Benton: 18''' players = re.compile(r""" ^(?P<last_name>[\w ]+),\s (?P<first_name>[\w ]+):\s (?P<score>[\d]+)$""", re.X|re.M) class Player: def __init__(self, **kwargs): for match in players.finditer(string): setattr(self, key, value,**match.groupdict())