Oct. 04, 2012

Python : String Methods

String methods are working on the string its called from, if you have a string called, string = "Hello World", then the string method is called such this: string.string_method() . For a list of string methods, please look at one of my earlier post that is covering just that.
Let's have some fun now and show some examples:
string = "Hello World"

print string.isupper()
print string.upper()
print string.islower()
print string.isupper()
print string.capitalize()
print string.split()
print string.split(',')
print string.title()
print string.strip()
If you run that, it should give you an output like this:
False
HELLO WORLD
False
False
Hello world
['Hello', 'World']
['Hello World']
Hello World
Hello World

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