Is there any way to directly replace all groups using regex syntax?
The normal way:
But I want to achieve something like this:
re.match(r"(d.*?)s(d.*?)", "(CALL_GROUP_1) (CALL_GROUP_2)")
I want to build the new string instantaneously from the groups the Regex just captured.
Have a look at
result = re.sub(r"(d.*?)s(d.*?)", r"1 2", string1)
This is Python"s regex substitution (replace) function. The replacement string can be filled with so-called backreferences (backslash, group number) which are replaced with what was matched by the groups. Groups are counted the same as by the
group(...) function, i.e. starting from
1, from left to right, by opening parentheses.