Learn, how to remove the first character from a string in Python.
We can remove the first character of a string by using the slice notation
[ ] with
1: as an argument.
Here is an example, that removes the first character
H from the given string.
str = "How are you" print(str[1:])
"ow are you"
Similarly, we can also use the
lstrip() method by passing the first character as an argument to it.
str = "How are you" print(str.lstrip("H")); # "ow are you"
name = "oprah" print(name.lstrip("o")) # "prah"