[Solved] Regex not matching all the paranthesis substrings [duplicate]

Parenthesis in regular expressions are used to indicate groups. If you want to match them literally, you must ‘escape’ them: import re found = re.findall(r’\(.*?\)’, text) print(found) Outputs: [‘(not all)’, ‘(They will cry “heresy” and other accusations of “perverting” the doctrines of the Bible, while they themselves believe in a myriad of interpretations, as found … Read more

[Solved] Regular expression findall python

This looks like a json object but doesn’t have [] around it to make it an actual list. You should be able to convert it into a Python native list of dictionaries and navigate it: import json recipe = json.loads(‘[‘ + your_text + ‘]’) steps = [obj[“text”] for obj in recipe if obj.get(“@type”) == “HowToStep”] … Read more