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Kevin Nguyen4,422 Points
what is wrong with my re.search?
write a function take a string as argument and return match object, search with regular express for first number in string
import re def first_number(string): return re.search('r\d', string)
Geoff Parsons11,679 Points
Looks like you just have an extra character in your regular expression. All you should need is
'\d' to match a number.
EDIT: Brain fart on my part, you were likely trying to use the following format and just put the 'r' on the wrong side of the quotes: