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I need to take out the codes like 2015.09 and.xx etc. by finding instances of
Click either Fix License. or
I’m not good with Regex or Matching in Python so any help/suggestions would be great.
I have used the following:
But this only grabs the first instance.
Instead of trying to break a string into several separate pieces, it would be easier to break apart the string into the pieces and then use a regex to extract the data you want.
Here is an example script I knocked up in Python using your data:
with open(‘data.txt’, ‘r’) as fh:
data = fh.read()
data_pieces = data.split(‘
extract_data = [x.split(‘.’) for x in data_pieces[4:]]
This invention relates to voltage detection in general and in particular to apparatus for detecting voltage conditions based upon physical parameters such as charge or current signals.
Power distribution systems typically include conductors, bus or feeder conductors, connected to a distribution transformer. The transformer is connected to power sources in the form of substations and generators. The power from the substations and generators is supplied to the distribution transformer, and the distribution transformer distributes the power to consumers in the form of commercial or residential customers.
To monitor voltage and detect any voltage fluctuations at any point in the system, a voltage sensor is connected to the power distribution system. Voltage or current variation detectors
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