To remove the leading and trailing white spaces from a string, we can use the built-in
strip() method in Python.
Here is an example that removes the leading and trailing spaces from the
name = ' john ' print(name.strip()) # removes beginning and ending
You can also remove only the leading whitespace from a string instead of trailing whitespace by using the
name = ' john ' print(name.strip())
or you can remove only the trailing whitespace by using the
name = ' john ' print(name.rstrip())