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How to remove first character from string ?

I am solving a problem so I have to remove first Character from words but I have no idea. Anyone tell me how to remove.

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You can use: del a[-1]

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Pawan Kumar x = ["aapple","bbanana","ccat","ddonkey"] y = [ i[1:] for i in x] print(y) #apple,banana,cat,donkey

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I think it can be something like: a = input() print(a[1:]) Hope that's helpful!

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a="hello" Indexing ________ print(a[0]) // 'h' Slicing _______ print(a[1:]) //"ello"

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It is not possible! A string is immutable, all you can do is create another string not having first char. Choose one of the proposals given .

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Use this simple code - print(str(input())[1:])

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new_list = [ word[1:] for word in old_list ] String is immutable in python. So, we need to achieve by slicing method.

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a = "string" a = a[1:] print(a)

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a = input() r = a.replace(a[-1], '') print(r)

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Rostislav Khalilov and Md Sayed and Abhay I want to remove first character of list string. I mean a list where values are string. Ok

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Yo, just use a[0] to get the first index of a.

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You can use this method... a = "PMurad" (or any string) a = a[1:] print(a) Your output will be "Murad" (1st character removed)

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You can use replace() method. str = "Ahmed" NewStr= str.replace("A","") print (NewStr) Output: hmed

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