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How to create a new list only with words that end with "ant" and have 7 caracters?

+8 votes
asked Nov 6, 2021 by Lo Canu (250 points)

This is the list that we start with:

liste_ant = ["enfant", "bonjour", "éléphant", "aidant", "saumon", "amusant", "blessant", "piscine", "broyant", "carburant", "devant", "vibrant"]

We have to create this new list:

new_list = [ "amusant""broyant""devant""vibrant"]

2 Answers

0 votes
answered Nov 8, 2021 by Peter Minarik (80,300 points)

Your similar question has been answered already. Now you just have to add one more check: how long is the string you're examining. Go online, do some research! ;) (Help: look for the function len())

+1 vote
answered Nov 8, 2021 by Anish Joshi (160 points)
liste_ant = ["enfant", "bonjour", "éléphant", "aidant", "saumon", "amusant", "blessant", "piscine", "broyant", "carburant", "devant", "vibrant"]
def filterant(val):
    if "ant" in val:
        if len(val) == 7:
            return val
def special(list1):
    return list(filter(filterant,list1))
commented Nov 8, 2021 by Peter Minarik (80,300 points)
First of all, OP seems to be asking us to do their homework...

Second, your solution is for any 7 character length strings that contain "ant", not that end with "ant".
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