~ Search a file by ID and return a full record - teach yourself python

Search a file by ID number and return the full record - Python made easy!

Challenge -Search a file by ID number and return the full record

Read the task instructions that are included in the comments in the code, and then get started!

You can either edit and code online in repl.it or alternatively, you can simply cut and paste the below into your own python file

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""" ==============TASK
1. Add an ID number to the file (e.g. 001, 002, and so on for each user)
2. Search by ID number, and return the whole record of the user

Search by ID: 001
>>"Whole profile for 001:" --001,Ruth,Marvin,marvR,[email protected],200

import csv

#1. This code snippet asks the user to enter a first name, and lists all the rows in the file that have that first name (use "Ruth" to test)
#Note: we have a new file this time - called fakefacebook_withnames

with open("fakefacebook_withnames.txt",newline="") as f:
  email=input("Who are you looking for on fakefacebook? Enter a first name....:")
  for row in reader:
    for field in row:
      if field==email:
        print("The following people have that name....is this of any help?:",row)

File Contents


firstname, lastname,username,password,email,no_of_likes
Ruth,Marvin,marvR,pass123,[email protected],400
Carter,Smith,smithC,open123,[email protected],200
Joe,Blogs, blogsJ,2bg123,[email protected],99
Ruth,Pigachee,pigR,pig123,[email protected],72

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