Given a string, write a python function to check if it is palindrome or not. A string is said to be palindrome if reverse of the string is same as string. For example, “radar” is palindrome, but “radix” is not palindrome.
Input : malayalam Output : Yes Input : geeks Output : No
1) Find reverse of string
2) Check if reverse and original are same or not.
# function which return reverse of a string def reverse(s): return s[::-1] def isPalindrome(s): # Calling reverse function rev = reverse(s) # Checking if both string are equal or not if (s == rev): return True return False # Driver code s = "malayalam" ans = isPalindrome(s) if ans == 1: print("Yes") else: print("No")
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