Python String | istitle ()



what is titlecased?

A string with the first character in each word in uppercase and all remaining characters in lowercase.

Syntax :

string.istitle ()

Parameters :

The istitle () method doesn`t take any parameters.

string otherwise it returns False.

CODE 1

# First character in each word
# uppercase and remaining lowercase

s = ` Geeks For Geeks`

print (s.istitle ())

  
# First character in first
# lowercase word

s = `geeks For Geeks`

print (s.istitle ())

 
# Third word in uppercase
# characters in the middle

s = `Geeks For GEEKs`

print (s.istitle ())

 

s = ` 6041 Is My Number`

print (s.istitle ())

 
# uppercase word
# characters in the middle

s = `GEEKS`

print (s.istitle ())

Output:

 True False False True False 

Code 2

s = `I Love Geeks For Geeks`

 

if s.istitle () = = True :

print ( < code class = "string"> `Titlecased String` )

else :

print ( ` Not a Titlecased String` )

  

s = ` I Love geeks for geeks`

 

if s.istitle () = = True :

print ( `Titlecased String` )

else :

print ( `Not a Titlecased String` )

Output:

 Titlecased String Not a Titlecased String