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Regex not working
I can't figure this out
import re string = '1234567890' def good_numbers(): return re.findall(r""" \d [^567] """, string, re.X)
Chris FreemanTreehouse Moderator 68,029 Points
You are very close! Two items to fix:
- The challenge asks for variable
good_numbers, not a function.
- Your current regex says "any digit
\dfollowed by not 5,6,7. This might let slip through a 5, 6, or 7 if in the odd-indexed position. Remove the
Post back if you need more help! Good luck!!