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What actually happens when this code is executed:
text = "word1anotherword23nextone456lastone333" numbers = [x for x in text if x.isdigit()] print(numbers)
I understand, that
 makes a list,
.isdigit() checks for True or False if an element of string (text) is a number. However I am unsure about other steps, especially: what does that “x” do in front of for loop?
I know what the output is (below), but how is it done?
Output: ['1', '2', '3', '4', '5', '6', '3', '3', '3']
This is just standard Python list comprehension. It’s a different way of writing a longer for loop. You’re looping over all the characters in your string and putting them in the list if the character is a digit.
See this for more info on list comprehension.