Python | String rstrip ()



Syntax :

 string.rstrip ([chars]) 

Parameters :

  • chars (optional) – a string specifying the set of characters to be removed.

Returns:

 returns a copy of the string with trailing characters stripped 

CODE 1:

# Python3 program to demonstrate usage
# rstrip () method using optional parameters

 
# line to be removed

string = "geekssss"

 
# Removes the given character set from
# right.

print ( string.rstrip ( `s` )) 

Exit :

 geek 

CODE 2:

# Python3 program to demonstrate usage
# rstrip () method using optional parameters

 
# line to remove

string = " for "

 
# Leading spaces removed

print ( " Geeks " + string.rstrip () + "Geeks"

Exit:

 Geeks for Geeks 

CODE 3:

# line to be removed

string = "geeks for geeks"

 
# The argument does not contain the trailing & # 39; s & # 39;
# So, no characters are removed

print (string.rstrip ( `ek` )) 

Exit:

 geeks for geeks 

CODE 4:

# line to remove

string = "geeks for geeks"

 
# Removes the given character set from
# right.

print (string.rstrip ( ` ske` )) 

Exit :

 geeks for g