I’m not an expert in regular expressions and this seems like a trivial problem to me. Unfortunatley I couldn’t find anything by googling.
Problem: I want to replace a
\s in a regular expression with
\t. This is what I tried:
replace("x 3", r"x (?<x>\d*)", s"y\t\g<x>")
But I get a
Bad replacement string error. Also other special characters like
\s and '\n
don't work. Am I missing something or doing something wrong? Unfortunatley things likes"\t"
yield a literal"\t"`.