p> code > Exit : Return all non-overlapping pattern matches in a string as a list of strings. The string is scanned from left to right and matches are returned in that order. Example :
# Python program that demonstrates re.match ().
# Allows you to use a regular expression for date string matching
# as month name followed by day number
"([a-zA-Z] +) (d +) "
" I was born on June 24 "
# We reach here when the expression & quot; ([a-zA-Z] +) (/ d +) & quot;
# matches pages o date.
# This will print [14, 21) since it is at index 14
# and ends at 21.
"Match at index% s,% s"
(match.start (), match.end ()))
# We use the group () method to get all matches and
# captured groups. The groups contain matching values.
# match.group (0) always returns an exact match
# match.group (1) match.group (2), ... return capture
# groups in order from left to right in the input line
# match.group () is equivalent to match.group (0)
# This will print June 24
" Full match:% s " code >
% < code class = "plain"> (match.group (
# So this will print & quot; June & quot;
# So this will print & quot; 24 & quot;
"The regex pattern does not match. "
Match at index 14, 21 Full match: June 24 Month: June Day: 24
re. findall ()
Return all non-overlapping pattern matches in a string as a list of strings. The string is scanned from left to right and matches are returned in that order.
# Python program for demonstrations
# find all ()
# An example of a text string where the regular expression
& quot; & quot; & quot; Hello my number is 123456789 and
my friend`s number is 987654321 & quot; & quot; & quot;
# An example of a regular expression for finding numbers.
`d +` p>
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re.findall (regex, string)