Python. Strings (Строки)

11.2.2.3 apply functions and string processing methods
11.2.2.1 perform access to the elements of strings, lists, tuples
11.2.3.6 determine the difference between different data structures

Python. Strings (Строки)

Strings. Indexing

We already saw the Set collection in the previous lesson, which can store more than one value. Today we are getting acquainted with the second collection - String. And although we have often used the string type, this is the first time we will consider a string as a collection of symbols.

String is a complex data type that stores a sequence of characters.

We get the string when we enclose characters in quotation marks, for example, "text", when we use input() when we use the conversion function str ().

We can already measure the length of a string using the len() function and determine the occurrence of one string within another using the in operation.

fixed_line = "programming"
print (len(fixed_line)) # print line length
word = input () # input string
print (word) # line output
number = 2020
line = str(number) # convert number to string
print(line)
print("program" in fixed_line) # checking the occurrence of one line in another

Unlike sets, which contain unordered elements, the sequence of characters in a string has its own order, and each character has its own address in the string - an index by which it can be accessed.

You can refer to each character by its index. To do this, use the following entry:

s[1] - refer to the character with index 1 in string s.

s = "programming"
print(s[1]) # print the letter "r"
print(s[6] + s[5] + s[0]) # output of the word "map"

Negative indexes

Unlike many languages, Python also uses negative indices.

s = "programming"
print(s[-10]) # print the letter "r"
print(s[-5] + s[-6] + s[-11]) # output of the word "map"

When accessing an index that does not exist, we will get an error.

s = "programming"
print(s[12]) # IndexError: string index out of range
 # Index error: row index is out of range

If we want to correct one letter in a word, for example,

s = "pragramming"
s[2] = "o" # TypeError: 'str' object does not support item assignment

The Python interpreter throws an error - it means that it is impossible to change a single character of the string, that is, the string is an immutable data type in Python.

Iterating over the elements of a string.

Since a string is a collection that consists of character elements, we can iterate over each element of the string as we iterate over sets. To iterate over, we will use a for a loop.

s = "programming"
for i in s: # iterator i will iterate over each character of the string
 print (i, end = "") # output each character of the string separated by a space

Task. Determine how many vowels are in the line.

vowels = {"а", "е", "i", "o", "u"} # vowels set
line = "Remote education" # string
n = 0 # number of vowels
for i in line: # iterate over characters in line
 if i in vowels: # is i a vowel
 n += 1 # counting vowels
print(n) # output the result 

But, since the characters in the string are numbered, we have another way to iterate over all the elements in the string: iterate over all indices using the already familiar for i in range (...) construction.

vowels = "аеiou" # declare vowels string
line = "Remote education" # string
n = 0 # number of vowels
for i in range(len(line)): # enumeration by indices
 if line[i] in vowels: # checking the i-th element in a vowel string
 n += 1 # counting vowels
print(n) # output the result

Questions:

Exercises:

 

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