I have a string, example:
s = "this is a string, a"
where ','(comma) will always be the 3rd last character, aka s[-3].
I am thinking of ways to remove the ',' but can ...
str = "hello"
And where can I find this in Python documentation?
This is a very newbie question and i will probably get downvoted for it, but i quite honestly couldn't find the answer after at least an hour googling. I learned how ...
I've got a batch of strings that I need to cut down. They're basically a descriptor followed by codes. I only want to keep the descriptor.
'a descriptor dps 23 fd'
'another 23 ...
I'd like to slice a string up in a similar way to .split() (so resulting in a list) but in a more intelligent way: I'd like it to split it into ...
Wanted an easy way to extract year month and day from a string.
Using Python 3.1.2
processdate = "20100818"
Reread all the string docs, did some searching, can't figure out why it'd ...
Just curious more than anything why python will allow me to update a slice of a list but not a string?
>>> s = "abc"
>>> s[1:3] = "aa"
>>> l ...
I've read the Python informal tutorial on slicing, which all makes sense to me except for one edge case. It seems like
should evaluate to
, but it really evaluates ...
I'm using Python to program for the lab I work at. How can I slice out every 3 characters in a given string and append it to a list?
i.e. XXXxxxXXXxxxXXXxxxXXXxxxXXX (where ...
I want to know if when I do something like
a = "This could be a very large string..."
b = a[:10]
a new string is created or a view/iterator is returned
How can i slice a string comparing with my list.
string = "how to dye my brunet hair to blonde? "
list = ['how', 'how to',...]
I want the code to remove "how to" ...
I want to slice word from the end.Suppose, I have some line with case sensitives(Upper/lower case)
Abc Defg Hijk Lmn
Xyz Lmn jkf gkjhg
I want to slice them as like below :
I just want to slice string from the beginning.As like I have a sentences:
"All the best wishes"
I want to get
"the best wishes" , "best wishes", "wishes".
Any solution please,Thanks!
Here is my list:
liPos = [(2,5),(8,9),(18,22)]
The first item of each tuple is the starting position and the second is the ending position.
Then I have a string like this:
s = "I hope ...
So I don't really get the deal with the stride parameter in slicing.
"642", but why does
The third number in the slice is the step size. So word[::-1] means all elements of word with a step size of -1. That is start at 0 then go one step -1 (g), one step -1 (f)... word[-2::-1] means start at -2 (f) and then step through the string in steps of -1.