Example shows how to use while loop to split text on 2 or more new lines without extra modules.
"Hello World.\nI'm very happy today.\n\n\n\n\nHow are you?\n\n\nBye."
["Hello World.nI'm very happy today.", "How are you?", "Bye."]
Code loops char by char and counts new lines \n. When there is other char then if count is 2 or more then it moves previous text without new lines, get rest of text, and reset variables. When there is other char but count` is zero or one then it move to next char.
text = "Hello World.\nI'm very happy today.\n\n\n\n\nHow are you?\n\n\nBye." results =  # list for splited text count = 0 # count new lines i = 0 # index to move in text to next char while text and i < len(text): if text[i] == '\n': count += 1 # count new line i += 1 # move to next char else: if count > 1: results.append(text[:i-count]) inp = text[i:] count = 0 i = 0 else: count = 0 # reset counter i += 1 # move to next char if inp: results.append(text) # add rest print(results)
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