remove the last character or the newline character?
johnjsal at NOSPAMgmail.com
Thu Sep 28 16:22:30 CEST 2006
Daniel Mark wrote:
> Question one:
> Does python provide any function that can remove the last character of
> a string?
> I don't know whether or not the method I used is efficient
Doing fileName[-1] lets you access the last character, but I'm not sure
about removing it since strings are immutable. It would still probably
be something like you did.
> Question two:
> Does python provide any function that can remove the newline character
> from a string if it exists?
>>> fileName = 'Perfect Setup.txt\n'
Or you can use lstrip() or rstrip() to remove just the left or right side.
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