Remove final character from string
You can remove the final character from a string in Python using string slicing. For example, if you have a string called "string" and you want to remove the last character, you can use the following code snippet:
string = string[:-1]
This creates a new string that is a slice of the original string, starting from the first character (0th index) and going up to the second-to-last character.
string = "Hello World" string = string[:-1] print(string)
This will output:
You can also use string slicing to remove multiple characters from the end of a string. For example, to remove the last two characters of a string, you can use the following code snippet:
string = string[:-2]
Another way to remove the last character from a string is using the rstrip() method.
string = "Hello World" string = string.rstrip('d') print(string)
It will output