The splitting of string has always been discussed in various applications and use cases. One of the interesting variation of list splitting can be splitting the list on delimiter but this time only on the last occurrence of it. Let’s discuss certain ways in which this can be done.
Method #1 : Using
The normal string split can perform the split from the front, but Python also offers another method which can perform this very task from the rear end, and hence increasing the versatility of applications.
The original string : gfg, is, good, better, and best The splitted list at the last comma : ['gfg, is, good, better', 'and best']
Method #2 : Using
This function can also perform the desired reverse partition, but the drawbacks to use this is construction of additional delimiter value and also the speed is slower than above method and hence not recommended.
The original string : gfg, is, good, better, and best The splitted list at the last comma : ('gfg, is, good, better', ', ', 'and best')
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