Python Censorship


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A simple Python censor script that takes 2 arguments. One is for the text you want to censor and the other is the list of words that should not be viewed.


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  1. bad_list = ["suck", "bad", "horrible", "crap"]
  2. sentence = "This bad could really suck as a horrible horrible. sentence"
  3.  
  4. def censor(sentence, bad_list):
  5. list_sentence = sentence.split(" ")
  6. symbols = "[email protected]#$%^&*()_+{}|:<>?,./;'[]\=-\""
  7.  
  8. replaced_sentence = []
  9.  
  10. no_sym = ""
  11.  
  12. for word in list_sentence:
  13. checked = 0
  14. for bad_word in bad_list:
  15. replaced_word = ""
  16. one_time = True
  17.  
  18. if word == bad_word:
  19. replaced_word = "*" * len(word)
  20. checked += 1
  21. break
  22. else:
  23. if checked < 1:
  24. replaced_word = word
  25.  
  26. replaced_sentence.append(replaced_word)
  27.  
  28. replaced_sentence = " ".join(replaced_sentence)
  29.  
  30. return replaced_sentence
  31.  
  32. print censor(sentence, bad_list)

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