I want to create a function where the input is a variable so I can make a function that will automatically remove letters and spaces from the variable. The input is like replaceletter(exvariable)? In python.
When you call a function you just put the variable name as the argument. For example:
someVar = 5 def addByFour(num1): return num1 + 4 addByFour(someVar) # That would return 9
This is what the function you are describing would look like:
def replaceLetters(exvariable): res = "" to_remove = list("abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz ") for c in exvariable: if c.lower() not in to_remove: res += c return res print(replaceLetters("123 abc 456")) # -> 123456
Thank you, But I would prefer to use my own method. I just wanted help w/ the technical side. No offense.
Hi. I was also wondering if you could do something like variable=function(exvariable). This not showing on my Repl.
Yes, you can. I would recommend looking at this answer on stack overflow.
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