The main problem is that a regex can’t match a JPEG image file extension.
import re regex = r"(^[a-zA-Z0-9_.+-]+@[a-zA-Z0-9-]+.[a-zA-Z0-9-.]+$)" result = re.search(regex, "firstname.lastname@example.org") if result: print("Valid email address") else: print("Invalid email address")
The first line imports the ‘re’ module.
The second line defines a regular expression to match a valid email address.
The third line searches the string “email@example.com” for a match to the regular expression.
If a match is found, the fourth line prints “Valid email address”. Otherwise, the fifth line prints “Invalid email address”.
Regex is a powerful text processing library for Python. It can be used to search and replace text, extract substrings, and perform other text manipulations.
Mail in Python is a library for sending and receiving email. It supports a variety of protocols, including IMAP, POP3, and SMTP. Mail can be configured to use a variety of delivery methods, including email servers and local delivery agents.
In Python, you can use the Image module to read and write JPEG images. The following code example reads a JPEG image from a file and prints its contents to the screen:
import Image img = Image.open(“test.jpg”) print(img)
The output of this code is the following image: