user5732284 user5732284 - 7 months ago 485
Python Question

split url by python

I have this URL:

/drive/rayon.productlist.seomenulevel/fh_refpath$003dfacet_1$0026fh_refview$003dlister$0026fh_view_size$003d100$0026fh_reffacet$003dcategories$0026auchan_page_type$003dcatalogue$0026fh_location$003d$00252f$00252f52$00252ffr_FR$00252fdrive_id$00253d993$00252fcategories$00253c$00257b52_3686967$00257d$00252fcategories$00253c$00257b52_3686967_3686326$00257d$00252fcategories$00253c$00257b52_3686967_3686326_3700610$00257d$00252fcategories$00253c$00257b52_3686967_3686326_3700610_3700620$00257d/Capsules$0020$002843$0029/3700620?t:ac=3686967/3700610


i want to have 3 last numbers : item[0] = 3700620, item[1]=3686967 and item[2] = 3700610

i tried this

one = url.split('/')[-1]
two = url.split('/')[-2]


the result of the first one is
3700610"


and the second one
3700620?t:ac=3686967

Answer

A non-regex approach would involve using urlparse and a bit of splitting:

>>> import urlparse
>>> parsed_url = urlparse.urlparse(url) 
>>> number1 = parsed_url.path.split("/")[-1]
>>> number2, number3 = urlparse.parse_qs(parsed_url.query)["t:ac"][0].split("/")
>>> number1, number2, number3
('3700620', '3686967', '3700610')

Regex approach:

>>> import re
>>> re.search(r"/(\d+)\?t:ac=(\d+)/(\d+)$", url).groups()
('3700620', '3686967', '3700610')

where (\d+) are saving/capturing groups that match one or more digits, \? would match a literal question mark (we need to escape it since it has a special meaning), $ would match the end of the string.

You can also name the groups and produce a dictionary:

>>> re.search(r"/(?P<number1>\d+)\?t:ac=(?P<number2>\d+)/(?P<number3>\d+)", url).groupdict()
{'number2': '3686967', 'number3': '3700610', 'number1': '3700620'}
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