In Python3, ascii_letters is a pre-initialized string used as string constant.
ascii_letters is basically concatenation of ascii_lowercase and ascii_uppercase string constants. Also, the value generated is not locale-dependent, hence, doesn’t change.
Note : Make sure to import string library function inorder to use ascii_letters.
Doesn't take any parameter, since it's not a function.
Return all ASCII letters (both lower and upper case)
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Given code checks if the string input has only ASCII characters or not.
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The string constant ascii_letters can be used in many practical applications.
Let’s see a code explaining how to use ascii_letters to generate strong random passwords of given size.
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Note : Above given code will print random (different) password everytime, for the size provided.
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Say if you want to generate random password, but from the set of given string. Let’s see how can we do this using ascii_letters :
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