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Can't find a combination of keywords on an xml page using python and beautiful soup


Can't find a combination of keywords on an xml page using python and beautiful soup

By : user2174000
Date : October 19 2020, 08:10 AM
I wish this help you keyword1 + keyword2 is the string yankeeduck, so you're searching for that string, and it won't match when the two words are not connected like that. You need to allow anything between them, as well as recognize them in the opposite order. So the regexp should be:
code :
yankee.*duck|duck.*yankee
regexp = "%s.*%s|%s.%s"%(keyword1, keyword2, keyword2, keyword1)
keywordLink = soup.find('loc', text=re.compile(regexp)).text
keyword1 = re.escape(keywords[0])
keyword2 = re.escape(keywords[1])


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Python lxml/beautiful soup to find all links on a web page

Python lxml/beautiful soup to find all links on a web page


By : Palak
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
How can I use Beautiful soup in combination with lxml Parser to find a keyword in a website?

How can I use Beautiful soup in combination with lxml Parser to find a keyword in a website?


By : adam87322
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue , To use lxml as your parser supply 'lxml' as a second argument.
code :
soup = BeautifulSoup(content, 'lxml')
How to find a particular word in html page through beautiful soup in python?

How to find a particular word in html page through beautiful soup in python?


By : user4457218
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish helps you According to the newest BeautifulSoup 4 api you can use recursive keyword to find the text in the whole tree. You will have strings that then you can operator on and seperate the words.
Here is a complete example:
code :
import bs4
import re

data = '''
<html>
<body>
<div>today is a sunny day</div>
<div>I love when it's sunny outside</div>
Call me sunny
<div>sunny is a cool word sunny</div>
</body>
</html>
'''

searched_word = 'sunny'

soup = bs4.BeautifulSoup(data, 'html.parser')
results = soup.body.find_all(string=re.compile('.*{0}.*'.format(searched_word)), recursive=True)

print 'Found the word "{0}" {1} times\n'.format(searched_word, len(results))

for content in results:
    words = content.split()
    for index, word in enumerate(words):
        # If the content contains the search word twice or more this will fire for each occurence
        if word == searched_word:
            print 'Whole content: "{0}"'.format(content)
            before = None
            after = None
            # Check if it's a first word
            if index != 0:
                before = words[index-1]
            # Check if it's a last word
            if index != len(words)-1:
                after = words[index+1]
            print '\tWord before: "{0}", word after: "{1}"'.format(before, after)
Found the word "sunny" 4 times

Whole content: "today is a sunny day"
    Word before: "a", word after: "day"
Whole content: "I love when it's sunny outside"
    Word before: "it's", word after: "outside"
Whole content: "
Call me sunny
"
    Word before: "me", word after: "None"
Whole content: "sunny is a cool word sunny"
    Word before: "None", word after: "is"
Whole content: "sunny is a cool word sunny"
    Word before: "word", word after: "None"
Python - Beautiful Soup - How to filter the extracted data for keywords?

Python - Beautiful Soup - How to filter the extracted data for keywords?


By : green7night
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
around this issue assuming that article.get("data-variant-code") prints 11111, 22222, 33333, you can simply use an if statement:
code :
for article in soup.find_all('a'):
    for a in article:
        if article.has_attr('data-variant-code'):
           x = article.get("data-variant-code")
           if x == '22222':
               print(x)
Beautiful Soup filtering for keywords/attributes (python)

Beautiful Soup filtering for keywords/attributes (python)


By : user2552756
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
should help you out I want to scrape the data of a websitse using Beautiful Soup and requests, and I've almost got what I want, but I can't find a way to filter the final steps: , You can use soup.find_all() and use a dict with attributes
code :
options = soup.find_all("option", {"data-value": True})
for o in options:
    print(o.attrs["data-value"])
177379037
177379043
177379223
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