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Topher Knoll3,572 Points
Bummer: Hmm, no .groups() attribute. Did you do a match?
I'm not quite sure what this even means [as usual.] This vague bummer code doesn't make sense. The lesson teaches us to use .groupsdict() which is the root of the problem I guess. I don't remember there being anything about .groups(). Anyway, I use both on the names string and it gives me either this error or something about there not being a .groupsdict() method.
Stuck yet again.
import re string = 'Perotto, Pier Giorgio' names = re.match(r''' ^(?P<first>[\w ]+),\s (?P<last>[\w ]+) ''', string, re.X|re.M) names = names.groupdict()
Steven Parker211,016 Points
The instructions only ask for the result of the "re.match" to be assigned to "name". The extra step is replacing what would otherwise be a correct result with one of it's attributes.