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Ashley Justice81 Points
I keep getting a None group error. Anyone else have this issue?
I've tried adding a group in, but it just says Try Again!
import re def first_number (String): result.group(1) = re.search(r'\d', String) print(result.group(1))
Moosa Bonomali6,297 Points
The challenge requires that you search for the 1st number and return the match object. Rather than printing the result of the search , you should return the result of the search like this;
def first_number (String): result = re.search(r'\d', String) return result
or if you wanted to simplify, you can also this
def first_number (String): return re.search(r'\d', String)
If a match is not found the returned value will be None