Hi, I've been playing Ruby for a few months now.
Yesterday I came across an interesting problem.
If I have this string:
abcd1234abc123
Now I want to separate the digit group with the non-digit group into an
array like this ["abcd",1234,"abc",123]. It's like re.split in Python.
How can I do it in Ruby with the least lines of code possible?
'abcd1234abc123'.split(/\d+/) only returns ["abcd","abc"]
Thank you in advance
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