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In last few years, there has been a dramatic shift in usage of general purpose programming
languages for data science and machine learning. This was not always the case – a decade back
this thought would have met a lot of skeptic eyes!
This means that more people / organizations are using tools like Python / JavaScript for solving
their data needs. This is where Regular Expressions become super useful. Regular expressions are
normally the default way of data cleaning and wrangling in most of these tools. Be it extraction of
speci c parts of text from web pages, making sense of twitter data or preparing your data for text
mining – Regular expressions are your best bet for all these tasks.
Given their applicability, it makes sense to know them and use them appropriately.

What you will learn from this article?
In this article, I will walk you through usage, examples and applications of Regular Expressions.
Regular Expression are very popular among programmers  and can be applied in  many
programming languages like Java, JS, php, C++ etc. For developing our  understanding, we have







( Towards the end, I have solved
various problems using regular expressions.


Let’s get started!

What is Regular Expression and how is it used?­expression­python/


compile() https://www. Use this code ‐‐> Import re The most common uses of regular expressions are: Search a string (search and match) Finding a string ( ndall) Break string into a sub strings (split) Replace part of a string (sub) Let’s look at the methods that library “re” provides to perform these tasks. Java and many others. perl. As I mentioned before. re. re. these characters have a special meaning. regular expression is a sequence of character(s) mainly used to nd and replace patterns in a string or le. learning them helps in multiple ways (more on this later).com/blog/2015/06/regular­expression­python/ 3/23 . So you need to import library re before you can use regular expressions in R (https://www. they are supported by most of the programming languages like python (https://www.analyticsvidhya. So. b) Literals (like a.match() I will discuss: 1.sub() 6.split() 5. re.   What are various methods of Regular Expressions? The ‘re’ package provides multiple methods to perform queries on an input string.11/23/2016 Beginners Tutorial for Regular Expressions in Python | Python Learning What is Regular Expression and how is it used? Simply put. re. re. re. Here are the most commonly used methods.2…) In Python.b. Regular expressions use two types of characters: a) Meta characters: As the name suggests.analyticsvidhya.1. ndall() 4. we have module “re” that helps with regular expressions. similar to * in wild card.

 if we look for only Analytics.analyticsvidhya.match(r'AV'. the pattern will not match. it designates a python raw string. it shows that pattern match has been found.match(r'AV'. string): This method  nds match if it occurs at start of the string.match(pattern. To print the matching string we’ll use method group (It helps to return the matching string). Let’s perform it in python now. 'AV Analytics Vidhya AV')  print result  Output:  <_sre.SRE_Match object at 0x0000000009BE4370> Above. calling match() on the string ‘AV Analytics AV’ and looking for a pattern ‘AV’ will match.11/23/2016 Beginners Tutorial for Regular Expressions in Python | Python Learning Let’s look at them one by one. result =­expression­python/ 4/23 . Use “r” at the start of the pattern string.   re. Here we see that string is not starting with ‘AV’ so it should return no match. Code import re  result = re. However. 'AV Analytics Vidhya AV')  print result. Let’s see what we get: Code https://www. For      Output:  AV Let’s now nd ‘Analytics’ in the given string.

match(r'Analytics'.start()  print result.11/23/2016 Beginners Tutorial for Regular Expressions in Python | Python Learning result =  Output:  Analytics'Analytics'. here searching for pattern ‘Analytics’ will return a match. Code result = re.   re. Unlike previous­expression­python/ 5/23 . 'AV Analytics Vidhya AV')  print result. string): It is similar to match() but it doesn’t restrict us to nd matches at the beginning of the string only. 'AV Analytics Vidhya AV')  print result       Output:   None There are methods like start() and end() to know the start and end position of matching pattern in the'AV'.end()    Output:  0  2 Above you can see that start and end position of matching pattern ‘AV’ in the string and sometime it helps a lot while performing manipulation with the string. 'AV Analytics Vidhya AV')  print result. Code result = re.

It has default value of zero.split(r'y'. Code result = re.analyticsvidhya. but if we give value to maxsplit. 'tics']  Above. 'AV']    re. string. In this case it does the maximum splits that can be done. it will split the string. Let’s look at the example below: https://www.'Analytics')  result  (https://datahack.  it can work like re. we have split the string “Analytics” by “y”.com/contest/thestrategic-monk/) Output:  ['Anal'. [maxsplit=0]): This methods helps to split string by the occurrences of given pattern.match() and­expression­python/ 6/23 . Method split() has another argument “maxsplit“. If we will use method ndall to search ‘AV’ in given string it will return both occurrence of  AV. string): It helps to get a list of all matching patterns. While  searching a string. 'AV Analytics Vidhya AV')  print result  Output:  ['AV'. ndall()  always. I would recommend you to use re.11/23/2016 Beginners Tutorial for Regular Expressions in Python | Python Learning Here you can see that. Code result=re.findall (pattern.split(pattern.findall(r'AV'. It has no constraints of searching from start or end. search() method is able to nd a pattern from any position of the string but it only returns the rst occurrence of the search pattern.   re.analyticsvidhya.

split(r'i'.com/contest/skilltestprint result  tree-based-algorithms/) Output:  ['Analyt'.analyticsvidhya.­expression­python/ 7/23 . string): It helps to search a pattern and replace with a new sub string.'Analytics Vidhya'.  Code  result=re.   re.sub(r'India'.analyticsvidhya. 'cs Vidhya']  strategic-monk/) Output:  'AV is largest Analytics community of the World'    re. it has only two values whereas rst example has three values. repl.11/23/2016 Beginners Tutorial for Regular Expressions in Python | Python Learning Code result=re.'the World'.split(r'i'.sub(pattern.'Analytics Vidhya')  (https:/ /datahack. If the pattern is not found.maxsplit=1)  result  Output:   ['Analyt'. you can notice that we have xed the maxsplit to 1. Code result=re. string): https://www. 'dhya'] #It has performed all the splits that can be done by pattern "i".'AV is largest Analytics community of India')  (https:/ /datahack.analyticsvidhya. And the result is.  string is returned unchanged.compile(pattern. 'cs V'.

findall('AV Analytics Vidhya AV')  print result  result2=pattern. This can easily be solved by de ning an expression with the help of pattern operators (meta  and literal characters). Code /datahack. repl.compile('AV')  result=pattern.analyticsvidhya.compile(pattern. not just xed characters.findall('AV is largest analytics community of India')  print result2  Output:  ['AV'. ?  match 0 or 1 occurrence of the pattern to its left used operators that helps to generate an expression to represent required characters in a string or le. Here are the most commonly (https:/ /datahack.    we looked at various methods of regular expression using a constant pattern ( xed characters). It also helps to search a pattern again without rewriting it. what if we do not have a constant search pattern and we want to return speci c set of characters (de ned by a rule) from a string?  Don’t be intimidated. which can be used for pattern matching. Operators Description . It is commonly used in web scrapping and  text mining to extract required information.   What are the most commonly used operators? Regular expressions can specify patterns. string): We can combine a regular expression pattern into pattern objects.  Matches with any single character except newline ‘\n’. Let’s look at the most common pattern tree-based-algorithms/) import re  pattern=re.11/23/2016 Beginners Tutorial for Regular Expressions in Python | Python Learning re. 'AV']   ['AV']    Quick Recap of various methods: Till now.­expression­python/ 8/23 .analyticsvidhya.analyticsvidhya.

] matches any single character not in bracket \  It is used for special meaning characters like \.com/contest/thestrategic-monk/) Problem 1: Return the first word of a given string Solution-1  Extract each character (using “\w“) Code https://www. \s  Matches with a single white space character (space..python. newline. return  For more details on  meta characters “(“. return. let’s understand the pattern operators by looking at the below examples. tree-based-algorithms/) \d   Matches with digits [0-9] and /D (upper case D) matches with non-digits. \n. Now. “)”.com/blog/2015/06/regular­expression­python/ 9/23 .html)).com/contest/skilltestcharacter.html ( newline. form) and \S (upper matches any non-white space character.]  Matches any single character in a square bracket and [^.python. you can refer this link (https://docs.11/23/2016 Beginners Tutorial for Regular Expressions in Python | Python Learning +  1 or more occurrences of the pattern to its left *  0 or more occurrences of the pattern to its left  Matches with a alphanumeric character whereas \W (upper case W) matches non alphanume (https:/ \w /datahack. \r  Matches tab. tab.m} th will return at least any minimum occurrence to max m preceding expression.”|” and others details .analyticsvidhya.   Some Examples of Regular Expressions   (https://datahack. \b  boundary between word and non-word and /B is opposite of /b [. to match a period or \+ for plus sign. ^ and $  ^ and $ match the start or end of the string respectively {n. a| b  Matches either a or b () Groups regular expressions and returns matched text \}  Matches at least n and at most m occurrences of preceding expression if we write it as {.

'AV is largest Analytics community of India')  print result    Output:  ['A'. ''. 'c'. 'u'. 'l'. 'i'. 'A'. 'i'. 'i'. 'm'. 'c'. ''. ' '.  's'. 'y'.  'n'.'AV is largest Analytics community of India')  (https:/ /datahack. '']   https://www. 't'. 'g'. 'V'. 'l'. 'o'. 'a'. 'd'. 'y'. 'i'. 'l'. 'n'.'AV is largest Analytics community of India')  print result  (https://datahack. ''.com/contest/skilltest  tree-based-algorithms/) Output:  ['A'. 'a'. 's'. 't'. 's'.findall(r'\w'. space is also extracted. 'is'.  't'. 'n'. 'm'. 'l'. 'e'. ' '.findall(r'. 'a'. 'i'. 'f'. 'g'. 'c'. 'y'. 'i'. ' '. 'largest'.findall(r'\w*'. 'n'. 'c'. ''. now to avoid it use “\w” instead of “. 'a']   Solution-2  Extract each word (using “*” or “+“) Code result=re. 'I'. ' '. 'o'. 'o'. 'community'. 'o'.11/23/2016 Beginners Tutorial for Regular Expressions in Python | Python Learning import re  result=re. 't'. 'r'. 'n'. ' '.analyticsvidhya. 'i'. 'u'. ''. 'm'. 'V'.analyticsvidhya. 'd'. 'n'. 'of'. 's'.“. 'I'. 's'.   Code  result=re. 't'. 'f'. 's'. 'm'. 'y'. ''. 'Analytics'. ' '. 'a'] Above. 'India'. 't'.'.com/blog/2015/06/regular­expression­python/ 10/23 .com/contest/theprint result  strategic-monk/)   Output:  ['AV'. 'e'. 'r'.analyticsvidhya. 'A'. 'i'. 'a'.

Code result=re. it is returning space as a word because “*” returns zero or more matches of pattern to its left. 'is'. 'community'. Code /datahack. Now to remove spaces we will go with “+“. it will return the word from the end of the string.findall(r'\w+$'. Let’s look at it.'AV is largest Analytics community of India')  print result  Output:  ['AV'. 'Analytics' tree-based-algorithms/) result=re.findall(r'^\w+'. excluding spaces (using “\w“) https://www.analyticsvidhya. 'India']    Solution-3 Extract each word (using “^“) Code  strategic-monk/) [‘India’]   Problem 2: Return the first two character of each word Solution-1  Extract consecutive two characters of each word. 'largest'.findall(r'\w+'.'AV is largest Analytics community of India')  print result (https://datahack.analyticsvidhya.'AV is largest Analytics community of India')  print result    Output:  ['AV']    If we will use “$” instead of “^”.com/blog/2015/06/regular­expression­python/ 11/23 .11/23/2016 Beginners Tutorial for Regular Expressions in Python | Python Learning Again. 'of'.

 test.'.com/contest/thestrategic-monk/) Above.test@gmail. 'ic'. “. 'An'. test@rest.'AV is largest Analytics community of India')  print result     Output:  ['AV'. first.'abc. 'al'.in” part is not extracted. '@test'. 'di'] Solution-2  Extract consecutive two characters those available at start of word boundary (using “\b“) Code result=re. '@analyticsvidhya'. you can see that “. xyz@test.findall(r'@\w+'. 'is'. 'mm'.com. 'of'.in. 'yt'. 'la'.findall(r'\w\w'.findall(r'\b\w. 'In'.11/23/2016 Beginners Tutorial for Regular Expressions in Python | Python Learning Code result=re. 'it' result  tree-based-algorithms/)   Output:  ['AV'. 'co'. 'of'. 'la'.com.”.analyticsvidhya.first@analyticsvidhya. '@rest'] (https://datahack. we will go with below code.'AV is largest Analytics community of India')  (https:/ /datahack. 'es'. 'An'­expression­python/ 12/23 . 'is'. I will again go with a stepwise approach: Solution-1  Extract all characters after “@” Code result=re. To add it. 'In']    Problem 3: Return the domain type of given email-ids To explain it in simple manner. 'co'. 'rg'.biz')   print result   Output: ['@gmail'. 'un'.

Solution: Code XYZ 56‐4532 11‐11‐')   print result Output:  ['com'. xyz@test.analyticsvidhya. 'in'  tree-based-algorithms/) ['­expression­python/ 13/23 .findall(r'@\'. test.findall(r'@\ ABC 67‐89 45 12‐01‐2009')  print result  ('. fi rst.11/23/2016 Beginners Tutorial for Regular Expressions in Python | Python Learning result=re.'abc. '@analyticsvidhya. 'biz'] Problem 4: Return date from given string Here we will use “\d” to extract digit.test@rest.test@gmail. '12‐01‐2009']    If you want to extract only year again parenthesis “( )” will help you. 'com'.test@rest.\w+'.biz']    Solution – 2 Extract only domain name using “( )” Code result=re. '11‐11‐2011'.analyticsvidhya. '@rest.')  print result  ( test.findall(r'\d{2}‐\d{2}‐\d{4}'.'Amit 34‐3456 12‐05‐  strategic-monk/) ['12‐05‐2007'.com'.com.' Code https://www.test@gmail.first@analyticsvidhya.(\w+)'. '@test.  first.

 'is'. To drop these­expression­python/ 14/23 .11/23/2016 Beginners Tutorial for Regular Expressions in Python | Python Learning   result=re. 'of'.3 Code https://www. 'Analytics'. 'largest'.'AV is largest Analytics community of India')  print result    Output:  ['AV'. 'of'. Solution.'Amit 34‐3456 12‐05‐2007. ABC 67‐ 8945 12‐01‐2009') (https://datahack. XYZ 56‐4532 11‐11‐2011. 'Analytics'.findall(r'\w+'.com/contest/the['AV'.com/contest/skilltestprint result  tree-based-algorithms/) Output:  ['2007'. 'is'.'AV is largest Analytics community of India')  print result    Output:  (https:/ /datahack.analyticsvidhya.analyticsvidhya. '2009']    Problem 5: Return all words of a string those starts with vowel Solution-1  Return each words Code  result=re.findall(r'\d{2}‐\d{2}‐(\d{4})'. 'India']    Solution-2  Return words starts with alphabets (using []) Code result=re. '2011'. we need to use “\b” for word boundary. 'argest'. 'ommunity'.analyticsvidhya.findall(r'[aeiouAEIOU]\w+'. 'community'. 'India'] strategic-monk/) Above you can see that it has returned “argest” and “ommunity” from the mid of words.

11/23/2016 Beginners Tutorial for Regular Expressions in Python | Python Learning result=re. 'is'. 'India'] In similar ways. Code result=re.analyticsvidhya.analyticsvidhya.'AV is largest Analytics community of India')  print result     Output:  [' is'.findall(r'\b[^aeiouAEIOU ]\w+'.findall(r'\b[^aeiouAEIOU]\w+'. 'Analytics'.com/contest/thestrategic-monk/) Problem 6: Validate a phone number (phone number must be of 10 digits and starts with 8 or 9)  We have a list phone numbers in list “li” and here we will validate phone numbers using regular Solution Code https://www. we can extract words those starts with constant using “^” within square bracket. ' Analytics'. include space in square bracket[].com/blog/2015/06/regular­expression­python/ 15/23 . ' largest'.findall(r'\b[aeiouAEIOU]\w+'. ' community'. ' India'] Above you can see that it has returned words starting with space.analyticsvidhya. To drop it from  tree-based-algorithms/) ['AV'.'AV is largest Analytics community of India')  print result     (https://datahack.   Code result=re. 'community']      (https://datahack.'AV is largest Analytics community of India')  print result    Output:  ['largest'. ' of'. 'of'.

analyticsvidhya.asdf.11/23/2016 Beginners Tutorial for Regular Expressions in Python | Python Learning import re  li=['9999999999'.sub() to replace these multiple delimiters with one as space ” “.foo' # String has multiple delimiters (".afed. 'asdf'. 'fjek'. 'fjdk'.".com/contest/skilltest if re.analyticsvidhya.'999999‐999'.'99999x9999']  for val in li:  (https://datahack.  result= re.\s]'."." ").val) and len(val) == 10:  tree-based-algorithms/)      print 'yes'   else:       print 'no' Output:  yes  no  no  Problem 7: Split a string with multiple delimiters Solution Code import re  line = 'asdf fjdk.fjek.match(r'[8‐9]{1}[0‐9]{9}'. 'foo'] We can also use method re. 'afed'.analyticsvidhya. (https://datahack.split(r'[. line)  print result    Output:  ['asdf'.com/contest/theCode strategic-monk/) https://www..".com/blog/2015/06/regular­expression­python/ 16/23 .

 line)  (https://datahack. ('Ethan'.' '.com/contest/skilltestprint result  tree-based-algorithms/)   Output:  asdf fjdk afed fjek asdf foo Problem 8: Retrieve Information from HTML file I want to extract information from a HTML le (see below sample data). 'Olivia').asdf. 'Isabella') Output:  [('Noah'.findall(r'<td>\w+</td>\s<td>(\w+)</td>\s<td>(\w+)</td>'. 'Mia').analyticsvidhya.  Sample HTML le (str) <tr align="center"><td>1</td> <td>Noah</td> <td>Emma</td></tr>  <tr align="center"><td>2</td> <td>Liam</td> <td>Olivia</td></tr>  <tr align="center"><td>3</td> <td>Mason</td> <td>Sophia</td></tr>  <tr align="center"><td>4</td> <td>Jacob</td> <td>Isabella</td></tr>  <tr align="center"><td>5</td> <td>William</td> <td>Ava</td></tr>  <tr align="center"><td>6</td> <td>Ethan</td> <td>Mia</td></tr>  <tr align="center"><td>7</td> <td HTML>Michael</td> <td>Emily</td></tr> Solution: Code­expression­python/ 17/23 .sub(r'[. ('William'.fjek. ('Michael'.foo'  result= re. 'Emily')] You can read html le using library urllib2 (see below code). 'Av a')..\s]'. ('Mason'. ('Jacob'.str)  print result  (https:/ /datahack.11/23/2016 Beginners Tutorial for Regular Expressions in Python | Python Learning import re  line = 'asdf fjdk.analyticsvidhya.analyticsvidhya. Here we need to extract information available between <td> and </td> except the rst numerical index. Code https://www. ('Liam'. 'Sophia'). 'Emma'). I have assumed here that below html code is stored in a string str. or like our facebook page (http://facebook.analyticsvidhya. subscribe to our emails (­expression­python/?share=reddit&nb=1) (https://datahack.urlopen('')  html = response.analyticsvidhya. we discuss about the regular expression. follow us on twitter (http://twitter. Share this:        (­expression­python/?share=linkedin&nb=1) 284  ( End Notes In this article. Did you nd the article useful? Do let us know your thoughts about this guide in the comments section­expression­python/?share=pocket&nb=1)  (https://www.analyticsvidhya. We have also looked at various examples to see the practical uses of ( RELATED https://www.  If you like what you just read & want to continue your analytics learning. methods and meta characters to form a regular­expression­python/ 18/23 . Here I have tried to introduce you with regular expression and cover most common methods to solve maximum of regular expression­expression­python/?share=google­plus­1&nb=1)  (­expression­python/?share=twitter&nb=1)  (https://www.11/23/2016 Beginners Tutorial for Regular Expressions in Python | Python Learning import urllib2  response =­expression­python/?share=facebook&nb=1)  (https://www.

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