Python | setswith () and Endwidth () functions

Python Methods and Functions

The Python library provides several built-in methods, one of which is the startwith () function and endwith () which is used for string operations.

starts with ()

Syntax

 str.startswith (search_string, start, end) 

Parameters:

search_string: The string to be searched.
start: start index of the str from where the search_string is to be searched.
end: end index of the str , which is to be considered for searching.

The launchwith () function is used to check if a given sentence starts on a specific line.

  • The start and end parameters are optional.
  • We we can use and x when we want the search to include only a specific substring of the original string.
  • Returns:
    The return value is binary. The functions return True, if the original sentence starts with search_string, otherwise False .

    EndsWith ()

    Syntax :

     str.endwith (search_string, start, end) 

    Parameters :

    search_string: The string to be searched.
    start: Start index of the str from where the search_string is to be searched.
    end: End index of the str , which is to be considered for searching.

    Use:

    • The endwith () function is used to check if a given sentence ends with a specific line.
    • The start and end parameters are optional.
    • We we can use them when we want only a specific one to be taken into account in the search substring of the original string.

    Returns:
    The return value is binary. Functions return True, if the original sentence ends with search_string, otherwise False .

    Below there is code explaining StartWith () and Endwidth () :

    # Python code to implement startwith ()
    # and endwith () function.

     

    str = "GeeksforGeeks"

     
    # starts with ()

    print ( str . startswith ( "Geeks" ))

    print ( str . startswith ( "Geeks" , 4 , 10 ))

    print ( str . startswith ( " Geeks " , 8 , 14 ))

      

    print ( "" )

     
    # ends

    print ( str < / code> . endswith ( "Geeks" ))

    print ( str .endswith ( "Geeks" , 2 , 8 ))

    print ( str . endswith ( "for" , 5 , 8 ))

    Exit:

     True False True True False True