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Olivia Cooksey3,522 Points
Create a variable names that is an re.match() against string. The pattern should provide two groups, one for a last name
Create a variable names that is an re.match() against string. The pattern should provide two groups, one for a last name match and one for a first name match. The name parts are separated by a comma and a space.
Bummer: TypeError: match() missing 1 required positional argument: 'string' names.py 1 import re 2 3 string = 'Perotto, Pier Giorgio' 4 names = re.match("x, y")
help please syntax error
import re string = 'Perotto, Pier Giorgio' names = re.match("x, y")
Steven Parker227,126 Points
Here's a couple of hints:
re.matchrequires two arguments, the second one should be the string
- the pattern will need two pairs of parentheses to identify the groups