Python String – rstrip() method

It is a method string in python that removes all the leading characters from the right side of the string. It uses space as a default leading value. Leading characters can be one or many.

Syntax:

string.rstrip(leading_characters)

Example 1:

s = ”     CodeWindow     
x = s.rstrip()
print(x)

Output:

     CodeWindow

Explanation:

Here the leading character by default is space which has been removed from the right side of the original string.

Example 2:
s = “——-CodeWindow——–
x = s.rstrip(““)
print(x)

Output:

——-CodeWindow

Explanation:

Here the leading character is “” which has been removed from the right side of the original string.

Example 3:

s = “.,,,,codeWindowssoo,,–
x = s.rstrip(“,.-so“)
print(x)

Output:

.,,,,codeWindow

Explanation:

Here the leading characters that needs to be removed are “,” “.” “” “s” “o”. These characters are removed from the right side of the string.

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