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Python - split string with 1 or more space between words

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In this article, we would like to show you how to split a string with one or more spaces between words in Python.

Practical example

In this example, we import re module for regular expression (regex), so we can use re.split() method to split the text string with one or more white spaces between words.

import re

text = "split this text   into      words"

words = re.split(r'\s+', text)

print(words)  # ['split', 'this', 'text', 'into', 'words']

Output:

['split', 'this', 'text', 'into', 'words']

Note:

  • \s - matches any whitespace character (spaces, tabs, line breaks),
  • + - matches one or more of the preceding token (in our case two or more \s).

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