wolfgang.maier at biologie.uni-freiburg.de
Wed Mar 20 15:34:55 CET 2013
franzferdinand <melo.dumoulin <at> hotmail.com> writes:
> I'm doing this "Write code that removes whitespace at the beginning
> and end of a string, and normalizes whitespace between words to be a
> single space character"
> I can do it using split()
> >>> raw = " the weather is sunny today "
> >>> raw.split()
> ['the', 'weather', 'is', 'sunny', 'today']
> But how do I do it using join() ?? Thanks
I guess you mean: how can I re-generate a string from my list of sub-strings,
where each element is separated by only a single space.
join is a string method that can take a list of strings to join as its argument.
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