This article mainly introduces the use of the Rstrip () method of manipulating strings in Python, which is the basic knowledge of Python's introduction, and needs friends to refer to the following
The Rstrip () method returns a copy of the string (the default space character) that has been stripped of all characters.
The following is the syntax for the Rstrip () method:
Chars--can provide characters to be removed.
All characters returned by this method are stripped of the string (the default is a space character) and a copy of the end string.
The following example shows the use of the Rstrip () method.
|1 2 3 4 5 6||#!/usr/bin/python str = "This is string Example....wow!!!"; Print Str.rstrip (); str = "88888888this is string EXAMPLE....WOW!!! 8888888 "; Print Str.rstrip (' 8 ');|
When we run the above program, it produces the following results:
|1 2||This is string EXAMPLE....WOW!!! 88888888this is string EXAMPLE....WOW!!!|