If you want to remove a character at a specific index from a string, you can use string slicing to create a string without that character. For example,
& gt; & gt; & gt; s = "Hello World" & gt; & gt; & gt; s [: 4] + s [5:] "Hell World"
But if you want to remove all occurrences of a character or a list of characters, you can use the following methods:
The string class has a replace method, which can be used to replace substrings in a string. We can use this method to replace the characters we want to remove with an empty string. For example:
& gt; & gt; & gt; "Hello people" .replace ("e", "") "Hllo popl"
If you want to remove multiple characters from a string on one line, it is better to use regular expressions. You can strip multiple characters & # 171; | & # 187; and use re.sub (chars_to_replace, string_to_replace_with, str). For example:
& gt; & gt; & gt; import re & gt; & gt; & gt; re.sub ("e | l", "", "Hello people") "Ho pop"
Note. You can also use  to create a group of characters to replace in a regular expression.
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