Advertisements my_list = [‘1. John’, ‘2. James’, ‘3. Mark’, ‘4. Mary’, ‘5. Helen’, ‘6. David’] I would like to remove the number that is a string, the "." and the white space before the name. for i in my_list: i.lstrip(". ") I was hoping the output would be a list as such: mylist = [‘John’,… Read More Strip number characters from start of string in list
Advertisements I want to create a variable [Word] that contains a word from a list of letters but does not include any brackets, spaces or commas. Here’s where i have gotten to: Letters = ["u", "i", "p","a","o","g", "h","j","k","l","z","x","v","b"] FirstLetter = -1 SecondLetter = ‘o’ ThirdLetter = ‘a’ FourthLetter = ‘l’ Endletter = 0 while FirstLetter… Read More Strip quotes and spaces from a variable
Advertisements Im passing through some urls and I’d like to strip a part of it which dynamically changes so I don’t know it firsthand. An example url is: https://…?pid=2&gid=lostchapter&lang=en_GB&practice=1&channel=desktop&demo=2 And I’d like to strip the gid=lostchapter part without any of the rest. How do I do that? >Solution : You can use urllib to convert… Read More Strip A specific part from a url string in python
Advertisements I have a string that I’m trying to strip the last camel cased word off if it matches any of these words specified in the regex by doing my_string = ‘myFileCins’ my_string.strip("(Cins)?(V2)?(Fitch)?$") This returns ‘myFile’ which is fine. However it looks like if the string starts with the letter "c" (based on my testing)… Read More .strip() function taking off first letter of string when it shouldn't
Advertisements I’m using BeautifulSoup to get a result from a webpage. I’ve transformed the data object to string and I’m not being able to trim it. I’ve got the following string: text = ‘\n\n\n This product is not available.\n \n’ I’ve tried three options to start removing the newline character: string=text.replace(‘\n’,”) string=text.strip(‘\n’) import re string… Read More Why this replace(), re.sub() or strip() do not work with this string?
Advertisements I was making a new path for pages on my site and was trying to figure out how to path to my stylesheet and images cleanly. Here’s an element that shows my problem: <link rel="stylesheet" href="/src/styles.css"> My local copy of my site is hosted here at "E:/Documents/WEBSITE", the local page I’m trying to link… Read More relative src and href paths work live but not local
Advertisements I have this data: Event|Time|Meta|Meet|Date 50 Y Free|22.30|U|IL NASA Winter Blast Off|Nov 30, 2018 100 Y Free|55.50|U|Greg’s Super Splash|Jun 16, 2011 50 Y Breast|27.07|X|CCIW Swimming Championships|Feb 10, 2006 50 L Breast|33.70||1st Cyprus International Masters Swim Meet|Oct 22, 2016 100 Y Breast|58.97||CCIW Swimming Championships|Feb 10, 2006 100 L Breast|1:14.24||42nd Bulgarian Masters Championship|Sep 07, 2020 200… Read More How can I convert text to columns with Python?
Advertisements I am currently trying to remove certain characters recursively from a list. I have a list: lst1 = [‘ZINC1_out.pdbqt’, ‘ZINC2_out.pdbqt’, ‘ZINC3_out.pdbqt’] I would like to remove the ‘_out’ so that the list looks like this >>lst1 [‘ZINC1.pdbqt’, ‘ZINC2.pdbqt’, ‘ZINC3.pdbqt’] My current code looks like this: lst1 = [‘ZINC1_out.pdbqt’, ‘ZINC2_out.pdbqt’, ‘ZINC3_out.pdbqt’] for i in lst1:… Read More How to strip/remove certain characters from a lsit
Advertisements I have a data frame with a column for ‘genre’ with strings like ‘drama, comedy, action’. I want to split the elements like this ‘drama’, ‘comedy’, ‘action’ so I’ve used; Genre= for genre_type in books[‘genre’].astype(‘str’): Genre.append(genre_type.split(‘,’)) genre[‘genres_1′]=genres_1 but, the result contains spaces between genres (other than the first one listed) like ‘drama’,’_comedy’,’_action’. (I used… Read More Splitting a string into elements creates a space that I can't remove
Advertisements I am m trying to write an app that just saves and holds data, and I am getting the following error. Unexpected text node: . A text node cannot be a child of a < View >. (On Chrome DevTools) Text must be rendered withing a component (On Expo Go simulations) From what I… Read More React Native – Text must be rendered withing a <Text> component