Saturday 22 June 2024

Different Ways to Format and Print Characters in Python

 

Different Ways to Format and Print Characters in Python

1. Using f-strings (Python 3.6+)

print(f'[{chr(65)}]')

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2. Using str.format method

print('[{}]'.format(chr(65)))

[A]

3. Using format function with placeholders

print('[{:c}]'.format(65))

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4. Using concatenation with chr function

print('[' + chr(65) + ']')

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5. Using old-style string formatting

print('[%c]' % 65)

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