[SOLVED] How can I add a if statement that goes back in string if there is a number, and to stop if there is something other than a number?


So let’s say I have a string, like this:

string = '12345+67890'

I want to go back to search for that plus, and add a letter ‘H’, so the end result would be like this:

string = '12345+h67890

Also, what if I want to get the latest +, so if there is two +’s, I want to get the last +?

Any help would be appreciated!


You could use reverse split to split on the last instance of +, then join with +H:

>>> '+H'.join('123+456+789'.rsplit('+',1))

Answered By – Mark Tolonen

Answer Checked By – Dawn Plyler (BugsFixing Volunteer)

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