Python String zfill()

Fills the string from the left with “0” characters. Minimal Example As you read over the explanations below, feel free to watch our video guide about this particular string method: Syntax and Explanation str.zfill(width) Fills the string from the left with “0” characters. width – the length of the resulting string. Although it works for … Read more

Python String upper()

Returns an uppercase string version. Minimal Example As you read over the explanations below, feel free to watch our video guide about this particular string method: Syntax and Explanation str.upper() Returns an uppercase string version (copy) whereas each character is replaced with its uppercase variant: More String Methods Python’s string class comes with a number … Read more

Python String translate()

Returns a translated string. Minimal Example As you read over the explanations below, feel free to watch our video guide about this particular string method: Syntax and Explanation str.translate(table) Returns a translated string that is a copy of the original string whereas only the character translations defined in the table argument have been applied to … Read more

Python String title()

Returns a new string with uppercase first characters of each word. Minimal Example As you read over the explanations below, feel free to watch our video guide about this particular string method: Syntax and Explanation str.title() Returns a new string with uppercase first characters of each word. A titlecased string is a string where each … Read more

Python String swapcase()

Swaps lowercase to uppercase characters and vice versa. Minimal Example As you read over the explanations below, feel free to watch our video guide about this particular string method: Syntax and Explanation str.swapcase() Swaps lowercase to uppercase characters and vice versa. Note: Although you may expect that swapcase() is its own inverse function, this is … Read more

Python String strip()

Trims whitespaces on the left and right and returns a new string. Minimal Example As you read over the explanations below, feel free to watch our video guide about this particular string method: Syntax and Explanation str.strip([chars]) Trims whitespaces on the left and right and returns a new string. chars – optional. The argument defines … Read more

Python String startswith()

Returns whether the string starts with a given value or not (True or False). Minimal Example As you read over the explanations below, feel free to watch our video guide about this particular string method: Syntax and Explanation str.startswith(prefix[, start[, end]]) Returns whether the string ends with a given value or not (True or False). … Read more

Python String splitlines()

Splits the string at line breaks such as ‘\n’ and returns a split list of substrings (i.e., lines). Minimal Example As you read over the explanations below, feel free to watch our video guide about this particular string method: Syntax and Explanation str.splitlines([keepends]) Splits the string at line breaks such as ‘\n’ and returns a … Read more

Python String split()

Splits the string at a given separator and returns a split list of substrings. Minimal Example As you read over the explanations below, feel free to watch our video guide about this particular string method: Syntax and Explanation str.split(sep=None, maxsplit=-1) Splits the string at a given separator and returns a split list of substrings. Return … Read more

Python String rstrip()

Trims whitespaces on the right and returns a new string. Minimal Example As you read over the explanations below, feel free to watch our video guide about this particular string method: Syntax and Explanation str.rstrip([chars]) Trims whitespaces on the right and returns a new string. chars – optional. The argument defines the set of characters … Read more

Python String rsplit()

Splits the string at a given separator and returns a split list of substrings. Minimal Example As you read over the explanations below, feel free to watch our video guide about this particular string method: Syntax and Explanation str.rsplit(sep=None, maxsplit=-1) Splits the string at a given separator and returns a split list of substrings. sep … Read more

Python String rpartition()

Searches for a separator substring and returns a tuple with three strings: (1) everything before the separator, (2) the separator itself, and (3) everything after it. Minimal Example As you read over the explanations below, feel free to watch our video guide about this particular string method: Syntax and Explanation str.rpartition(sep) Searches for the last … Read more