string.whitespace in Python

In Python3 string.whitespace — it is a pre-initialized string used as a string constant. In Python, string.whitespace will provide character space, tabs, newlines, returns, form feed, and vertical tabs.

Syntax: string. whitespace

Parameters: Doesn`t take any parameter, since it`s not a function.

Returns: Return the characters space , tab, linefeed, return, formfeed, and vertical tab.

Note. Make sure to import the string library function to use string.whitespace.

Code # 1:

# import string library function

import string 

 

print ( "Hello" )

# Storing character space, tabs, etc.

result = string.whitespace

 
# Print values ​​

print (result)

print ( "Geeksforgeeks" )

Exit :

 Hello Geeksforgeeks 

Code # 2: This code checks for whitespace.

# import string library function

import string 

  
# Input line.

Sentence = "Hey, Geeks!, How are you?"

 

for i in Sentence:

 

# check for spaces

  if i in string.whitespace:

 

# Print space values

print ( "printable Value is:" + i)

Output :

 printable Value is: printable Value is: printable Value is: printable Value is: printable Value is: