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import requests
import re

# Replace with the path to the text file

file_path = r'C:\'

# Replace with your webhook URL
webhook_url = ''

# Create a set to store seen messages
seen_messages = set()

# Keep reading and sending the last line of the file
while True:
        # Read the last line of the file
        with open(file_path, 'rb') as f:
  , 2)
            while != b'\n':
      , 1)
            last_line = f.readline().decode()

        # Check if the last line contains [CLAN] and deposited, and doesn't contain vehiculul
        if 'Newbie' in last_line or 'Advanced' in last_line or 'Veteran' in last_line or 'Legend' in last_line or 'Inviter' in last_line or 'The Sentinel' in last_line or 'The King' in last_line or 'deposited' in last_line:
            # Use regular expressions to remove hex codes in the format {FF0000} from the last line
            formatted_line = re.sub(r'\{([0-9A-Fa-f]{6})\}', '', last_line)
            formatted_line = re.sub(r'\[CLAN\]', '', formatted_line)
            formatted_line = re.sub(r']', ' ', formatted_line)
            formatted_line = re.sub(r'\[', '', formatted_line)
            formatted_line = re.sub(r'»', '', formatted_line)

            # Check if the message has been seen before
            if formatted_line not in seen_messages:
                # Add the message to the set of seen messages

                # Send the message to the Discord webhook
      , data={'content': formatted_line})
        # Ignore any errors and continue

What I have tried:

this is the code.

I try to use only that lines that are using the exact word. example Legend has kicked the ball- to be used because contains the word 'Legend' Legendary has kicked the ball- not to use because don't contain the exact word 'Legend'
Updated 12-Dec-22 22:46pm

1 solution

Easiest is probably to use Regular Expressions

Reference is here : re — Regular expression operations — Python 3.11.1 documentation[^]
A two part article with examples : Regular Expressions: Regexes in Python (Part 1) – Real Python[^]
A blog about matching exact words: How to Match an Exact Word in Python Regex? (Answer: Don’t) – Finxter[^]
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