Wednesday 11 October 2023

Python Coding challenge - Day 36 | What is the output of the following Python code?

 


Solutions - 

# Define the input string

input_string = 'cd'


# Use the partition method to split the string

result = input_string.partition('cd')


# The 'result' variable now contains a tuple with three elements

# Element 0: The part of the string before the partitioned substring

# Element 1: The partitioned substring itself

# Element 2: The part of the string after the partitioned substring


# Print the result

print(result)

In this case, the input string is 'cd', and the partition method is used to split it into three parts. The print statement will display the following result: ('', 'cd', '')

Here's a breakdown of the result:

Element 0 is an empty string '' because there is nothing before the partitioned substring 'cd' in the input string.
Element 1 is the partitioned substring itself, which is 'cd'.
Element 2 is an empty string '' because there is nothing after the partitioned substring 'cd' in the input string.
This is the expected output when using the partition method with 'cd' as both the input string and the partitioned substring.

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