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Python Regular Expressions in Python Introduction to Regular Expressions Escapes

Manuel Oviedo
Manuel Oviedo
2,223 Points

"Write a function named first_number that takes a string as an argument" what do you mean string as an argument?

i do I like this

def first_number(string_1): return string_1

but I could not get it right, what I am doing wrong?

escapes.py
import re

1 Answer

David Mclean
David Mclean
3,634 Points
const greeting = "Welcome to Next Gen Universe";

function printWelcome(stringArgument){
      console.log(stringArgument);
}

printWelcome(greeting);

stringArgument in this is a argument parameter, of course it's hardly likely to name it this but just so you understand what's going on. Try out this code if you don't see it.

Manuel Oviedo
Manuel Oviedo
2,223 Points

Thank you very much David, I completed my task thanks to you.