I have a string that is dynamially generated. I need to split the string based on the Relational Operator.
I have a df like this:And I would like to have an output like this:So far I tried with this example: Split column at delimiter in data frame but it is not spliting the columns without repeating values, what I get there is:
I need to split a string into a list of each two words, but repeating the last word of each pair of words. Here is what I tried, by using examples I found for other questions:
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This question already has an answer here:Just found out, that I get a NullPointerException when trying to split a String around +, but if I split around - or anything else (and change the String as well of course), it works just fine.
I like to do code-golfing in Java (even though Java way too verbose to be competitive), which is completing a certain challenge in as few bytes as possible. In one of my answers I had the following piece of code:
Say I have the following dataframe df:And you want to check if, between columns A, B, and C, there is a common word, and create a column D with 1 if there is and 0 if there isn't any. For a word to be common, it's enough for it to...
I have a string similar to "HLeelmloon" which is two words interweaved together. How can I separate this into two separate words, splitting on alternating letters?