Python Programming: Strings

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Learn the basics of strings in Python: declaration, operations, indices, and slicing.

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1. Strings are declared with quotations; for example: s = "string"

2. Strings are immutable.

3. Strings may be concatenated or multiplied using the addition and multiplication operators, respectively.

4. String characters may be accessed by index; for example: s[1]

5. A specific range of a string may be accessed using the slice method; for example: s[1:3]


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