fuhrerguxez fuhrerguxez - 1 year ago 94
Python Question

Python - Format a string from a list not working

I want to crawl a webpage for some information and what I've done so far It's working but I need to do a request to another url from the website, I'm trying to format it but it's not working, this is what I have so far:

name = input("> ")

page = requests.get("http://www.mobafire.com/league-of-legends/champions")
tree = html.fromstring(page.content)

for index, champ in enumerate(champ_list):
if name == champ:
y = tree.xpath(".//*[@id='browse-build']/a[{}]/@href".format(index + 1))

guide = requests.get("http://www.mobafire.com{}".format(y))
builds = html.fromstring(guide.content)

for title in builds.xpath(".//table[@class='browse-table']/tr[2]/td[2]/div[1]/a/text()"):

From the input, the user enters a name; if the name matches one from a list (
) it prints an url and from there it formats it to the
variable and gets another information but I'm getting errors such as
invalid ipv6

This is the output url (one of them but they're similar anyway)

I tried using slicing but it doesn't do anything, probably I'm using it wrong or it doesn't work in this case. I tried using replace as well, they don't work on lists; tried using it as:

y = [y.replace("'", "") for y in y]
so I could see if it removed at least the quotes but it didn't work neither; what can be another approach to format this properly?

Answer Source

I take it y is the list you want to insert into the string?

Try this:

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