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Python Regular Expressions in Python Introduction to Regular Expressions The Basics

Why isn't my answer going through?

I do not understand why my answer is not valid

file_object = open("basics.txt")
data = file_object.read()

first = re.match(r'Four',data))

2 Answers

Hi Sara,

Your code is pretty good, just need to import re and there's one too many closing parens on the last line.

Hope this helps,


Did it pass? =)