I have a function that returns five characters with mixed case. If I do a query on this string it will return the value regardless of case.
While answering this question, I became uncertain about something that I didn’t manage to find a sufficient answer to.
MySQL (5.1.41-3ubuntu12.10-log) seems to give predictable results on string comparison using > (greater than) and < (less than):
Why does the following statement return
I’m sure this is a simple solution, just haven’t found exactly what I needed.
I’m trying to compare a string called
facility to multiple possible strings to test if it is valid. The valid strings are:
I am walking a directory that contains eggs to add those eggs to the
sys.path. If there are two versions of the same .egg in the directory, I want to add only the latest one.
I’m looking for a Python module that can do simple fuzzy string comparisons. Specifically, I’d like a percentage of how similar the strings are. I know this is potentially subjective so I was hoping to find a library that can do positional comparisons as well as longest similar string matches, among other things. Basically, I’m … Read more
I would like to know how to check whether a string starts with “hello” in Python.
I am learning
fuzzywuzzy in Python.