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Adobe LiveCycle Designer ES v8.2.1.3144 (Portable)
Adobe LiveCycle Designer ES v8.2.1.3144 (Portable) .
Adobe LiveCycle Designer ES v8.2.1.3144 (Portable) .
Adobe LiveCycle Designer ES v8.2.1.3144 (Portable) .
Adobe LiveCycle Designer ES v8.2.1.3144 (Portable) .
Adobe LiveCycle Designer ES v8.2.1.3144 (Portable) .
Adobe LiveCycle Designer ES v8.2.1.3144 (Portable) .
Adobe LiveCycle Designer ES v8.2.1.3144 (Portable) .
Adobe LiveCycle Designer ES v8.2.1.3144 (Portable) .
Adobe LiveCycle Designer ES v8.2.1.3144 (Portable) .
Adobe LiveCycle Designer ES v8.2.1.3144 (Portable) .
Adobe LiveCycle Designer ES v8.2.1.3144 (Portable) .
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Adobe LiveCycle Designer ES v8.2.1.3144 (Portable) .
Adobe LiveCycle Designer ES v8.2.1.3144 (Portable) .
Adobe LiveCycle Designer ES v8.2.1.3144 (Portable) .
Adobe LiveCycle Designer ES v8.2.1.3144 (Portable) .
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Combining list comprehension with for loop

I have a list of words. I want to split this list in 3 parts and concatenate them in one list. The problem is I want to use the words as the delimiter and not a newline.
This is my try:
import re

words = [“red”, “green”, “blue”, “yellow”, “black”]

with open(‘1.txt’) as f:
for line in f:
for (word1, word2, word3) in re.split(‘|’, line.split()):
words.append(word1 + word2 + word3)

with open(‘2.txt’, ‘w’) as f:
for line in f:
f.write(words + line)

But I get this error:

KeyError: “None of [‘red’, ‘green’, ‘blue’, ‘yellow’, ‘black’] are in the [index]”

What is the right approach?

A:

If you want to separate words by using all of them, you have to do it like this:
import re

words = [“red”, “green”, “blue”, “yellow”, “black”]

with open(‘1.txt’) as f:
words = [word for line in f for word in re.split(‘|’, line.split())]

with open(‘2.txt’, ‘w’) as f:
for word in words:
f.write(word + ‘
‘)

Output:
red
green
blue
yellow
black

If you want to separate the words by using a newline character you can use a regex that uses the | character as a delimiter like this:
import re

words = [“red”, “green”,
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