Python String | splitlines ()

Syntax :

string.splitlines((keepends>)

Parameters :

keepends (optional) : When set to True line breaks are included in the resulting list.

This can be a number , specifying the position of line break or, can be any Unicode characters , like “”, “”, “”, etc as boundaries for strings.

Returned value:

 Returns a  list  of the lines in the string, breaking at line boundaries.  

The code below shows an illustration of the splitline () method.

Code # 1

# Python code to illustrate splitline ()

string = "Welcome eve ryone to the world of Geeks Python.Engineering "

  
# Parameters not passed

print (string.splitlines ())

 
# Specified number passed

print (string.splitlines ( 0 ))

 
# True was passed

print (string.splitlines ( True ))

Output:

 [`Welcome everyone to`,` the world of Geeks`, `GeeksforGeeks`] [` Welcome everyone to`, `the world of Geeks`,` GeeksforGeeks`] [`Welcome everyone to`, `the world of Geeks `,` GeeksforGeeks`] 

Code # 2

# Python illustration code splitline ()

string = "Cat Bat Sat Mat Xat Eat "

  
# Parameters not passed

print (string.splitlines ())

  
# splitlines () in one line

print ( `India Japan USA UK Canada` . splitlines ())

Output:

 [`Cat`,` Bat`, ` Sat`, `Mat`,` Xat`, `Eat`] [` India`, `Japan`,` USA`, `UK`,` Canada`] 
Practical Application:
In this code we will understand how to use the splitlines () concept to calculate the length of each word in a line.

# Python code to get the length of each word

def Cal_len (string):

 

# Using splitlines () split into list

li = string.splitlines ()

  print (li)

  

# Calculate length each word

l = [ len (element) for element in li]

return l

 
Driver code

string = "Welcome to GeeksforGeeks"

print (Cal_len (string))

Output:

 [`Welcome`,` to`, `GeeksforGeeks`] [7, 2, 13]