[Tutor] Python backwards program (fwd)
dyoo at hkn.eecs.berkeley.edu
Fri Apr 15 20:14:13 CEST 2005
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> > The following gives me the last letter of the string.
> > backwords=raw_input("enter number or string:")
> > print backwords[-1]
> Yes, this is an interesting approach! We can go along this approach a
> little more, if you'd like. The code above is getting the last letter, so
> we're closer to printing out the word backwards.
> How would you print out the second to last letter of the string?
> To print out the second to the last letter it would be
Yes. So let's see what we have so far:
backwords=raw_input("enter number or string:")
This works if the 'backwords' word is two letters long.
So it's a partial solution: we still need to do a little bit to make this
work on any word.
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