On 27/05/2014 12:39, Aman Kashyap wrote:
On Tuesday, 27 May 2014 16:59:38 UTC+5:30, Daniel wrote:
What about skipping the re and try this:
On 27.05.2014 14:09, Vlastimil Brom wrote:
2014-05-27 12:59 GMT+02:00 Aman Kashyap <amankashyap1...@gmail.com>:
I would like to create a regular expression in which i can match the "|"
special character too.
I want to only |ID=ter54rt543d| from the above string but i am unable to write the
pattern match containing "|" pipe too.
By default python treat "|" as an OR operator.
But in my case I want to use to as a part of search string.
you can just escpape the pipe with backlash like any other metacharacter:
be sure to use the raw string notation r"...", or you can double all
backslashes in the string.
Thanks for the response.
I got the answer finally.
This is the regular expression to be
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