Find() Text Message.content Python Discord
if message.content.lower().startswith('add'): text_in = message.content text_out = text_in[text_in.find("(") + 1:text_in.find(")")]
I would like to just write "add 500" instead of typing "add (500)" how would that command be? If you have a complete answer, I'll put the answer as your best choice.
There's not a great amount of detail in your question, but if we assume that
message.content contains a string like "add(500)", then your existing code would place the string "500" in
To do the same thing where
message.content looks like "add 500", you could split
message.content by whitespace (
.split()), then inspect the second element (
if message.content.lower().startswith('add'): text_out = message.content.split()
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