count() function in an inbuilt function in python programming language that returns the number of occurrences of a substring in the given string.
string.count(substring, start=…, end=…)
The count() function has one compulsory and two optional parameters.
1)substring – string whose count is to be found.
1)start (Optional) – starting index within the string where search starts.
2)end (Optional) – ending index within the string where search ends.
count() method returns an integer that denotes number of times a substring occurs in a given string.
Below is the Python implementation of the count() method without optional parameters:
Below is the Python implementation of the count() method using optional parameters.
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