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Frederik Madsen6,848 Points
Name groups in regular expressions
Not sure what I'm missing here
import re string = 'Perotto, Pier Giorgio' names = re.match(r'[-\w ]+,\s[-\w ]+',string)
I've found this passes the challenge. I'm sure it can written in various ways:
names = re.match(r'(?P<first_name>[\w]+),\s(?P<last_name>[\w ]+)', string)
The challenge states "The pattern should provide two groups", Your solution has no groups. If you don't know what are groups, I recommend going back to the previous video, to understand Regular expressions groups.