This article mainly introduces the use of the Isalpha () method of handling strings in Python, which is the basic knowledge in Python's introductory learning, and the friends who need it can refer to
The Isalpha () method checks whether the string is composed only of letters.
The following is the syntax for the Islpha () method:
Returns false if all character letters in the string and at least one character return true for this method.
The following example shows the use of the Isalpha () method.
|1 2 3 4 5 6 7||#!/usr/bin/python str = "this"; # No Spaces & digit In this string print Str.isalpha (); str = "This is string Example....wow!!!"; Print Str.isalpha ();|
When we run the above program, it produces the following results:
|1 2||True Fal Se|