by Sai gowtham

Removing the whitespace at the end of a string in Python

Learn, how to remove the (trailing) whitespace at the end of a string in Python.

Using the rstrip() method

Python has a built-in rstrip() method by using that we remove any whitespace from the end of a string.

Here is an example:

str = "Ok Google    "

print (str.rstrip())

Output:

"Ok Google"

Similarly, you can also use the rstrip() method to remove any end character from a string like this.

str = "cars"

print (str.rstrip("s"))

Output:

"car"

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