I’m trying to make a typing thingy where you type what time delay you would like and what the string you want to output is and then it slowly types each letter: I just have one problem. I want the string to output in one line but each letter at a different time, but I can only make it so
my problem is I want to make the elif statement work on numbers only but the elif statement work on any datatype, is there any way i can separate the numbers in string type from the other data types The Code OutPut Answer You can use and for this: Note that you can use in to check if a key
I’m extracting data from an API and one of the fields is a string from which i want to extract multiple substrings(7 ideally). To get those substring I’m using the index() method. There could be cases when one or more of these substrings(Reason ,Improvements_Done, Improvements_Planned etc) could be missing from the string. For example if “Improvements_Planned” is missing then i
I am wondering why my comparison returns False and not True although ‘a’ == ‘a’. Output: False Answer It’s because you are using *values rather than values in your function definition When you use the special syntax *args in a function, args will already come back as a tuple, where each arg is an element of the tuple. So for
I have a list. I want to trim the strings in the list to remove the characters including . sign and the numbers. Expected output: Answer You can use regex with pattern as r’.d+’. This will literally match . followed by one ore more digits.
So I have a URL for a video file, and there is a simple hack I can do to get the audio file where I need to edit the string in a certain way. Here is the starting string: https://v.redd.it/jvjih3f894b61/DASH_1080.mp4?source=fallback I need replace the resolution DASH_1080 to DASH_audio and I figured I could just replace everything between the _ after
Problem Background Git is an awesome version control system, I want learn git by writing my own version control system. The first step I have to do is implement a string diff tool. I’ve read this blog and this paper. In order to get the diff of two strings, I need to locate the common part. Hence, I came into
My input string is the following: My intended result is dir, subdir1, subdir2nttfile.ext The requirement is to split the input by “nt” but not “ntt”. A simple try of also splits “tfile.ext” from the last entry. Is there a simple regular expression to solve the problem? Thanks! Answer You can split on a newline and tab, and assert not a
How to remove characters between two specific characters in a String? Example: Original String: “Hello <>Remove this String<> how are you?” Modified String: “Hello <><> how are you?” Answer You can use regex like this: Output: Hello <><> how are you?