string.replace (s, old, new [, maxcount])-> str
s - The string in which to replace the desired one.
old - The desired substring, which should be replaced.
new - The substring to replace the searched for.
my_str = 'barbarian'
my_str = my_str.replace (' bar', 'mur') # 'murmurian'
my_str = my_str.replace (' mur', 'bur', 1) #' burmurian'
Function not available in Python 3. Use appropriate string method .
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