Index of integer in a string

Hi all,
I have a list of strings (family names). I would like to remove all the integers (is a string) in the family names. Is there a way to remove ‘integer string’ from the names? My appologies if the lattent is vague. I dont know how to formulate this in any other way. Can sombody help me?

Tnx in advance,


please screenshot with you current result and what are you want to see

First of all:
Do you have the clockwork package?
Having the List.From.String node from that one is going to make it a whole lot easier.

IMHO regex should be used

import re
string = "blabla12bla bla 2 bla 312"
OUT = re.sub(" \d+", " ", string)

what its mean?

probably digit :smiley:

but not inside the text ?:grinning:


Strange :smiley:

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oh it’s white space…
"\d+" istead of " \d+"


I like this decision

Thank u @Tomasz_Puchala. This is exactly what i wanted. Cheers