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")
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')