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Hi, I thought adding timestamp after the string can meet the goal. But it seems not working, please help, thanks!
I thought adding timestamp after the string can meet the goal. But it seems not working, please help, thanks!
import re import os import unicodedata import time import datetime def slugify(string): now_time = lambda:int(round(t * 1000)) string = unicodedata.normalize("NFKC",string) string = re.sub(r'[^\w\s]','',string).strip().lower() return re.sub(r'[_\-\s]+','_',string) + str(now_time())
Thanks! I'll try it!