First solution in Clear category for Between Markers by donnythelegend
def between_markers(text: str, begin: str, end: str) -> str:
# Initialize index values for begin and end.
begin_index = 0
end_index = len(text)
# Check if begin is in text.
if begin in text:
# Point begin_index to the first index in which begin is found + its length.
begin_index = text.find(begin) + len(begin)
# Check if end is in text.
if end in text:
# Point end_index to the first index in which end is found.
end_index = text.find(end)
# Return text within the final interval.
if __name__ == '__main__':
print(between_markers('What is >apple<', '>', '<'))
# These "asserts" are used for self-checking and not for testing
assert between_markers('What is >apple<', '>', '<') == "apple", "One sym"
assert between_markers("My new site",
"", "") == "My new site", "HTML"
assert between_markers('No[/b] hi', '[b]', '[/b]') == 'No', 'No opened'
assert between_markers('No [b]hi', '[b]', '[/b]') == 'hi', 'No close'
assert between_markers('No hi', '[b]', '[/b]') == 'No hi', 'No markers at all'
', '>', '<') == '', 'Wrong direction'
print('Wow, you are doing pretty good. Time to check it!')
April 18, 2021