Python:Regular methods use problems

>>> re.match("asd,asdasd,asd(\d)+","asd,asdasd,asd12312312").group(1)
'2'

I can't understand the result.
I think the result should be '1'
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Rgonzo1971Commented:
Hi,

in REgex

A repeated capturing group will only capture the last iteration. Put a capturing group around the repeated group to capture all iterations or use a non-capturing group instead if you're not interested in the data

re.match("asd,asdasd,asd(\d+)","asd,asdasd,asd12312312").group(1)

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then take the first char of the found group probably with
[:1]

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Rgonzo1971Commented:
Or you could try
re.match("asd,asdasd,asd(\d)(\d)*?","asd,asdasd,asd12312312").group(1)

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Rgonzo1971Commented:
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