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Python Regular Expressions in Python Introduction to Regular Expressions Email

Mona Jalal
Mona Jalal
4,302 Points

what is wrong?

I have the following : def find_emails(string): return re.findall(r'[\w\d+-.]+@[\w\d+-.]+', string)

I get this error: Bummer! Didn't get the right output. Got ['kenneth@teamtreehouse.com,', 'andrew+gotcha@teamtreehouse.com,', 'exa.mple@example.co.uk,'], expected ['kenneth@teamtreehouse.com', 'andrew+gotcha@teamtreehouse.com', 'exa.mple@example.co.uk'].

sets_email.py
import re

# Example:
# >>> find_email("kenneth.love@teamtreehouse.com, @support, ryan@teamtreehouse.com, test+case@example.co.uk")
# ['kenneth@teamtreehouse.com', 'ryan@teamtreehouse.com', 'test@example.co.uk']
def find_emails(string):
    return re.findall(r'[\w\d+-_.]+@[\w\d+-_.]+', string)
Simon Coates
Simon Coates
28,688 Points

if you've solved your own problem, it would helpful to add your answer to the post. That way it can help people stuck on the problem at a later point.