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Sonam Shaikh3,519 Points
Now, write a function named numbers() that takes two arguments: a count as an integer and a string. Return an re.search for exactly count numbers in the string. Remember, you can multiply strings and integers to create your pattern.
For example: r"\w" * 5 would create r"\w\w\w\w\w"
import re def first_number(str): match_object = re.search(r'\d',str) return match_object def numbers(count,str):