import url image

Published on Tue Mar 01 2022

import url image

Additional matching regexes for
import url image

import url image

import url image

HTML image tag src

Capture src attribute of HTML image tags

To search for a image tag

This pattern would select the whole image tag

background-image URL

regex to fetch the URL of the background-image CSS-Propertie

Proper-case word separator

Takes a string like 'ImageEditHRStuffSomeMOREStuff' and produces -> 'Image Edit HR Stuff Some MORE Stuff'

Remove _1 suffix from image filenames

Remove autogenerated file name suffixes from images whilst preserving the extension (e.g. .jpg) These suffixes are usually added when filename already exists in the directory an image is being saved to by an application. Magento is a fine example of a system that does this.

Python-Dunder-Underscore

# Python Dunder Underscore Regular Expression # ## Match ## ```python # coding=utf8 # the above tag defines encoding for this document and is for Python 2.x compatibility import re regex = r'^(__version__)(\s?=\s?)+("(.*)")' test_str = "__version__ = \"0.1.1.1\"" matches = re.search(regex, test_str) if matches: print ("Match was found at {start}-{end}: {match}".format(start = matches.start(), end = matches.end(), match = matches.group())) for groupNum in range(0, len(matches.groups())): groupNum = groupNum + 1 print ("Group {groupNum} found at {start}-{end}: {group}".format(groupNum = groupNum, start = matches.start(groupNum), end = matches.end(groupNum), group = matches.group(groupNum))) # Note: for Python 2.7 compatibility, use ur'' to prefix the regex and u"" to prefix the test string and substitution. ``` ## Substitution ## ### Full String Replacement ### ```python # coding=utf8 # the above tag defines encoding for this document and is for Python 2.x compatibility import re regex = r'^(__version__)(\s?=\s?)+("(.*)")' test_str = "__version__ = \"0.1.1.1\"" subst = "[Replacement]" # You can manually specify the number of replacements by changing the 4th argument result = re.sub(regex, subst, test_str, 1) if result: print (result) # Note: for Python 2.7 compatibility, use ur'' to prefix the regex and u"" to prefix the test string and substitution. ``` ### Dunder Replacement ### ```python # coding=utf8 # the above tag defines encoding for this document and is for Python 2.x compatibility import re regex = r'(__version__)(\s?=\s?)+("(.*)")' test_str = "__version__ = \"0.1.1.1\"" subst = "[Dunder-Replacement] \\g<3>" # You can manually specify the number of replacements by changing the 4th argument result = re.sub(regex, subst, test_str, 1) if result: print (result) # Note: for Python 2.7 compatibility, use ur'' to prefix the regex and u"" to prefix the test string and substitution. ``` ### Version Replacement ### ```python # coding=utf8 # the above tag defines encoding for this document and is for Python 2.x compatibility import re regex = r'(__version__)(\s?=\s?)+("(.*)")' test_str = "__version__ = \"0.1.1.1\"" subst = " \\g<1> = [Dunder-Replacement]" # You can manually specify the number of replacements by changing the 4th argument result = re.sub(regex, subst, test_str, 1) if result: print (result) # Note: for Python 2.7 compatibility, use ur'' to prefix the regex and u"" to prefix the test string and substitution. ```