I have a subtitle file and I want to extract timestamps from the file. e.g. from below lines:
<SYNC Start=106377><P Class=ENCC>
<SYNC Start=107350><P Class=ENCC>
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I want to extract timestamps '106377' and '107350' and append them with the name of the file including .bmp at the end. e.g. I want the line to look like
grey-anatomy_106377.bmp. I have written the below code but output only returns line with grey-anatomy_106377grey-anatomy_107350 and so on.
timings =  file = open('grey-anatomy.smi', "r" ) wholefile = file.readlines() for line in wholefile: line = line.strip().lower() if line.startswith("<sync"): prefix, data = line.split("=",1) timestamp, postfix = data.split(">",1) try: timings.append(timestamp) except ValueError: print "Ignoring this timestamp" timings= 'grey-anatomy_'.join(timings).join('bmp') fout = open("grey-anatomy1.txt", "w") fout.writelines(timings) fout.close()
I want each text output to include .bmp at end of every parsed entry and one entry should be on one single line like
How can I achieve this?