To extract only specific characters using Regex in python

I need to extract specific characters like brackets (not the elements within it), *, # etc and replace it with ‘ ‘. So I compiled my pattern like below p = re.compile(r’\s([\[]).*|\s([\(]).*|\s([#]).*|\s([\{]).*|\s([\*]).*|\s([\<]).*|\s.*(\>)\s|\s.* (\])\s|\s.*(\))\s|\s.*(#)\s|\s.*(\*)\s|\s.*(\})\s’) string = “hello (you) ” for match in re.finditer(p, string): print(match.group()) This gives the output: (you) But what I am expecting is…

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Java for-loop condition behaves differently when using length() compared to using an int

I’ve recently started to learn Java and I’ve encountered a problem with for-loops. Here’s a code snippet: for (int c = 0; c < inputString.nextLine().length(); c++) { Random randomIndex = new Random(); currentString.append(alphabet[randomIndex.nextInt(26)]); } System.out.println(currentString.toString()); In the code above, I attempt to create a string of random characters that is the same length as a…

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JSON Combine Array with Array of Strings to get a cohesive name value pair

My application is utilizing a 3rd party application to obtain data (Splunk). The output that Splunks api endpoint returns is an Array containing all the row headers and an array of strings containing all the row’s data. For example { “fields”:[ “appID”, “ApplicationName”, “AppOwner”, “AppOwnerID”, “KnownIPS”, “IP Count”, “KnownFIDS”, “FIDCount”, “LastSeen”, “TotalConnections”], “rows”:[ [ “123456”,…

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Scraping from a div

I am experimenting with web scraping and I am having trouble scraping a particular value out of some nested div classes. I am using the .NET HtmlAgilityPack class library in a .NET Framework C# Console App. Here is the div code: <div class=”ds-nearby-schools-list”> <div class=”ds-school-row”> <div class=”ds-school-rating”> <div class=”ds-gs-rating-8″> <span class=”ds-hero-headline ds-schools-display-rating”>8</span> <span class=”ds-rating-denominator ds-legal”>/10</span>…

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