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Cory Rhodes1,996 Points
return an re.search for exactly count integers in the string. They want me to count the # of integers?
They want me to count the number of integers that appear in the string, and return it? Or they want me to return the integers. E.g.) tasty44332 returns: 44332
or they want tast44332 to return: 5
import re def first_number(string): return(re.search(r'\d', string))
Chris FreemanTreehouse Moderator 67,636 Points
Hey Cory Rhodes, given an
int count and a
str string, return the search object if there are count number of integers within the string. So,
numbers(4, “abcde1234”) would return a valid search, but
numbers(4, “abcde123”) would not.
Post back if you need more help. Good luck!!!