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We need to be careful because the parse function is very picky.

from parse import parse

# This will match just fine
parse("https://github.com/{account}/{project}/",
      "https://github.com/koaning/scikit-lego/")

# This will match just fine but `project` will contain `/`
parse("https://github.com/{account}/{project}",
      "https://github.com/koaning/scikit-lego/")

# This will return `None`
parse("https://github.com/{account}/{project}/",
      "https://github.com/koaning/scikit-lego")

Another downside of parse is that the string needs to match the format string perfectly. That means that it won't be able to find substrings that match either! If you'd like to do that, you need to use the search function instead.

from parse import parse, search

# This will return `None`
parse("https://github.com/{account}/{project}/",
      "foo https://github.com/koaning/scikit-lego/")

# This will match just fine.
search("https://github.com/{account}/{project}/",
       "foo https://github.com/koaning/scikit-lego/")