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Split String
#1
i am new to python and i am trying to get a better understanding on how to manipulate strings. Here is my program;
g='Hello world! What is your name?
print(g)
g.split(' ')
print(g.split())
How to do i manipulate the strings to get this output
Output:
>>> ['Hello','world','!'],['what','is','your','name','?']
Any help on this issue is greatly appreciated.
ichabod801 wrote Mar-16-2019, 03:14 AM:
Please use python and output tags when posting code and results. I put them in for you this time. Here are instructions for doing it yourself next time.
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#2
need closing quote on line 1
first split on '!'
which will give you a list with two cells
split each cell on space g1 = g[0].split() same for g[1]
append '!' to g[0]
print(g0, g1)
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#3
g="Hello world ! what is your name ?"
g1=g.split(' ')
print(g1[0:3],end="")
print(',',end="")
print(g1[3:])
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#4
(Mar-16-2019, 07:58 AM)Larz60+ Wrote: need closing quote on line 1
first split on '!'
which will give you a list with two cells
split each cell on space g1 = g[0].split() same for g[1]
append '!' to g[0]
print(g0, g1)
Thank you for your response. One other question , how do you manipulate the spring to add addition strings to the original string. Thanks

(Mar-17-2019, 08:52 AM)saravanatn Wrote:
g="Hello world ! what is your name ?"
g1=g.split(' ')
print(g1[0:3],end="")
print(',',end="")
print(g1[3:])
Thank you for your response, one additional question, what is I want to add more to the string, like this

g="Hello world ! what is you name ? my name is Daniel .
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#5
several ways to do this, a few below
g = g + 'more text'
if python 3.6 or newer:
g = f'{g} more text'
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#6
(Mar-19-2019, 02:19 AM)Larz60+ Wrote: several ways to do this, a few below
g = g + 'more text'
if python 3.6 or newer:
g = f'{g} more text'

Again, thank you for your response, but I am not sure If I understand you response. I am just trying to understand how to make multiple strings work. Thank you

g="Hello world ! what is your name ? my name is Daniel . I am fine "
g1=g.split(' ')
print(g1[0:3],end="")
print(',',end="")
[python]
print(g1[3:}
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#7
(Mar-19-2019, 06:41 AM)lekuru01 Wrote:
(Mar-19-2019, 02:19 AM)Larz60+ Wrote: several ways to do this, a few below
g = g + 'more text'
if python 3.6 or newer:
g = f'{g} more text'

Again, thank you for your response, but I am not sure If I understand you response. I am just trying to understand how to make multiple strings work. Thank you

g="Hello world ! what is your name ? my name is Daniel . I am fine "
g1=g.split(' ')
print(g1[0:3],end="")
print(',',end="")
print(g1[3:}
Reposting to adhere to the rule of the house

(Mar-18-2019, 11:44 PM)lekuru01 Wrote:
(Mar-16-2019, 07:58 AM)Larz60+ Wrote: need closing quote on line 1
first split on '!'
which will give you a list with two cells
split each cell on space g1 = g[0].split() same for g[1]
append '!' to g[0]
print(g0, g1)
Thank you for your response. One other question , how do you manipulate the spring to add addition strings to the original string. Thanks

(Mar-17-2019, 08:52 AM)saravanatn Wrote:
g="Hello world ! what is your name ?"
g1=g.split(' ')
print(g1[0:3],end="")
print(',',end="")
print(g1[3:])

Thank you for your response, one additional question, what is I want to add more to the string, like this

g="Hello world ! what is you name ? my name is Daniel . I am fine

Thank you for your response, one additional question, what is I want to add more to the string, like this

g="Hello world ! what is you name ? my name is Daniel . I am fine 
g="Hello world ! what is your name ?"
g1=g.split(' ')
print(g1[0:3],end="")
print(',',end="")
print(g1[3:])
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