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Get length of a string in Julia – length() Method

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  • Last Updated : 26 Mar, 2020
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The length() is an inbuilt function in julia which is used to return the length of the specified string with desired starting and end position.

Syntax:
length(S::AbstractString)
or
length(S::AbstractString, i::Integer, j::Integer)

Parameters:

  • S::AbstractString: Specified string
  • i::Integer: Inclusive starting position.
  • i::Integer: Inclusive ending position.

Returns: It returns the length of the specified string with desired starting and end position.

Example 1:




# Julia program to illustrate 
# the use of String length() method
  
# Finding the length of the string
# "Geeks"
println(length("Geeks"))
  
# Finding the length of the string
# "Geeks" from 2nd to 4th position
println(length("Geeks", 2, 4))
  
# Finding the length of the string
# "Geeks" from 2nd to 5th position
println(length("Geeks", 2, 5))
  
# Finding the length of the string
# "GeeksforGeeks" 
println(length("GeeksforGeeks"))
  
# Finding the length of the string
# "GeeksforGeeks" from 2nd to 2nd position
println(length("GeeksforGeeks", 2, 2))
  
# Finding the length of the string
# "GeeksforGeeks" from 4th to 10th position
println(length("GeeksforGeeks", 4, 10))

Output:


Example 2:




# Julia program to illustrate 
# the use of String length() method
   
# Finding the length of the string
# "12345"
println(length("12345"))
   
# Finding the length of the string
# "12345" from 2nd to 4th position
println(length("12345", 2, 4))
   
# Finding the length of the string
# "2468" from 1st to 3rd position
println(length("2468", 2, 3))

Output:


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