Sunday 14 April 2024

Python Coding challenge - Day 174 | What is the output of the following Python Code?

 

Code:

s = 'coder'

print(s[::0])

Solution and Explanation: 

n Python, the expression s[::0] raises a ValueError. This error occurs because the step value of the slice operation cannot be zero.

When using slice notation [start:stop:step], the step parameter specifies the increment between the elements. A step of zero doesn't make sense because it would mean "take every element" but without progressing through the sequence, which is undefined.

So, attempting to slice with a step of zero will result in an error. If you want to print the string 'coder', you can simply use print(s).

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