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Python Regular Expressions in Python Introduction to Regular Expressions Escapes

No sure what I'm doing wrong?

any suggestion?

import re

def first_number(string):
    firs_number = re.search(r'\d', string)
    return first_number

def numbers(count, string):
    count_numbers = re.search(r'\d' * count, string)
    return count_numbers

1 Answer

Caleb Kemp
Caleb Kemp
12,677 Points

You have it perfect except for a typo, one of the times you spelled "first_number" in the first function, you accidentally spelled it as "firs_number". fix that and it works.