Asked By – fpena06
I’m having a hard time trying to use
.strip with the following line of code:
f.write(re.split("Tech ID:|Name:|Account #:",line)[-1])
Now we will see solution for issue: How to remove leading and trailing spaces from a string?
You can use the
strip() method to remove trailing and leading spaces:
>>> s = ' abd cde ' >>> s.strip() 'abd cde'
Note: the internal spaces are preserved.
This question is answered By – Anshuma
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