In Python, I can compile a regular expression to be case-insensitive using
>>> s = "TeSt" >>> casesensitive = re.compile("test") >>> ignorecase = re.compile("test", re.IGNORECASE) >>> >>> print casesensitive.match(s) None >>> print ignorecase.match(s) <_sre.SRE_Match object at 0x02F0B608>
Is there a way to do the same, but without using
re.compile. I can"t find anything like Perl"s
i suffix (e.g.
m/test/i) in the documentation.
re.search("test", "TeSt", re.IGNORECASE) re.match("test", "TeSt", re.IGNORECASE) re.sub("test", "xxxx", "Testing", flags=re.IGNORECASE)
The case-insensitive marker,
(?i) can be incorporated directly into the regex pattern:
>>> import re >>> s = "This is one Test, another TEST, and another test." >>> re.findall("(?i)test", s) ["Test", "TEST", "test"]
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