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Olivia Cooksey3,576 Points
Create a variable named good_numbers that is an re.findall() where the pattern matches anything in string except the num
I Tried this by myself and added an except statement, but python is saying syntax Error.
import re string = '1234567890' good_numbers = re.findall() except: (5, 6, 7)
Steven Parker227,126 Points
Here are a few hints:
exceptis only used in combination with
try, but you won't need either of them here
re.findallrequires two arguments, a pattern and the string
- the pattern you choose is what will accomplish the task