#### Python String Slice Flashcards

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"fabulous spectacle"[10:]

the number before ":" says how many characters to skip

'pectacle'

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"fabulous spectacle"[-12]"

the number before ":" says where to start the slice

'us spectacle'

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"fabulous"[-1:]"

the number before ":" says where to start the slice

's'

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"fabulous"[8:]

the number before ":" says where to start the slice

''

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"fabulous"[:5]

the number after the ":" is the limit index

'fabul'

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"fabulous"[:-4]

the number after the ":" is the limit index

'fabu'

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"fabulous"[2:5]

you can have "[start:limit]" for a slice

'bul'

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"fabulous"[1:1+5]

expressions for indexes are evaluated first

'abulo'

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"fabulous"[6:-1]

you can have "[start:limit]" for a slice

'u'

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"fabulous"[3:3]

what happens when limit is not above start

''

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"iowa"[20:2]

what happens when limit is not above start

''

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"fabulous"[:6] + "fabulous"[6:]

each slice is evaluated first, before concatenating

'fabulous'

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"fabulous"[6:] + "fabulous"[:6]

each slice is evaluated first, before concatenating

'usfabulo'

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len("fabulous"[:-2])

argument of len() is evaluated first

6

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"fabulous"[:])

default start is 0, but after ":" default is no limit

'fabulous'

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(True,0,1,2,False)[2:]

slices on tuples are similar to strings

(1,2,False)

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(True,0,1,2,False)[1:2]

slices on tuples are similar to strings

(0,)

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(True,0,1,2,False)[-1:-1]

slices on tuples are similar to strings

()

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