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Python Regular Expressions in Python Introduction to Regular Expressions The Basics

What is wrong with my rile_object.close() line?

https://teamtreehouse.com/library/regular-expressions-in-python/introduction-to-regular-expressions/the-basics

import re file_object = open("basics.txt", encoding="utf-8") data = file_object.read() file_object.close() first = re.match('Four', data) liberty = re.search ('Liberty', data)

basics.py
import re 
file_object = open("basics.txt", encoding="utf-8") 
data = file_object.read() 
file_object.close() 
first = re.match('Four', data) 
libery = re.search ('Liberty', data)
Avraham Shukron
Avraham Shukron
19,609 Points

There is nothing wrong with your line... I have the exact same problem. It looks like a bug in the task or something.

3 Answers

Craig Dennis
STAFF
Craig Dennis
Treehouse Teacher

This is fixed now! Sorry about that!

Thanks for the fast response given the holiday!

Avraham Shukron
Avraham Shukron
19,609 Points

There is nothin wrong with your line. I think it is a bug in the task.

wrong spelling of liberty