by Sai gowtham

How to check if a Python string is Empty

To check if a python string is empty, we can use the if not statement because empty strings are treated as falsy values in python.

Here is an example:

name = ""

if not name:
 print("name is empty")

Output:

name is empty

Similarly, we can also use the len() function like this:

place = ""

# checking if string is empty

if len(place) == 0:
    print('String is empty')
else:
    print('String is not empty')

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