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python3, Should be simple be I'm missing it. I have had a stroke so please be patient. :)
I have a list; my_dir = dir(math).
This list has both dunder and non dunder items, I want to get rid of the dunders and have a list of the non dunders.
Not sure if regular expression is the way to go or some string split or findall

Thanks for your help.

What I have tried:

I have mangled code for a week now.
Updated 5-Aug-22 8:39am
Richard MacCutchan 6-Aug-22 4:31am    
What is a "dunder", and why are you trying to get rid of it? Maybe if you showed the actual output and explained what you are trying to achieve ...

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