Saturday 4 May 2024

Python Coding challenge - Day 195 | What is the output of the following Python Code?

 

Code: 

s = 'clcoding'
print(s[5:5])

Solution and Explanation:

Let's break down the code s = 'clcoding' and print(s[5:5]) step by step:

s = 'clcoding': This line of code assigns the string 'clcoding' to the variable s.
s[5:5]: This is called string slicing. Let's break it down:
s[5:5]: This specifies a substring of s starting from the 5th character (counting from 0) and ending at the 5th character. The start index is inclusive, while the end index is exclusive.In 'clcoding', the character at index 5 is 'i'.
Since the start and end indices are the same, this indicates an empty substring. In Python, when the start index is greater than or equal to the end index, an empty string is returned.
So, print(s[5:5]) would output an empty string, i.e., ''''

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