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4 years ago
how do you get code to count numbers of string
how do you get code to count how many numbers are in a string
desond
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asd rsdud11 months ago
girianshiido
girianshiido
Here is another way to do it in Python: my_string = input('Enter your string:') print(my_string.translate({i+48:57 for i in range(9)}).count('9')) Basically, you convert all the digits from 0 to 8 in you string to nines and then count the nines. The small dictionary is just here to convert each digit from '0' (character number 48) to '8' (character number 56) to a '9' (character number 57). You can create this dictionary using the maketrans method : tab = maketrans('012345678', '9'*9) my_string4 years ago
ash15khng
ash15khng
In what language do you want to do this? In Python you can use something like string = "abcdef54w6ed7fuyigy86giug75r54f789yu9ou2j89wrhg" # random string counter = 0 for char in string: if char == '0' or char == '1' or char == '2' or char == '3' or char == '4' or char == '5' or char == '6' or char == '7' or char == '8' or char == '9': counter += 1 print(counter) `4 years ago