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  • Last Updated : 18 Aug, 2022
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Python String istitle() Method is a built-in string function that returns True if all the words in the string are title cased, otherwise returns False.

Python String istitle() Method Syntax

Syntax:  string.istitle()

Returns:  True if the string is a title-cased string otherwise returns False.

Python String istitle() Method Example

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string = "Geeks"
print(string.istitle())

Output:

True

What is a title case? 

When all words in a string begin with uppercase letters and the remaining characters are lowercase letters, the string is called title-cased.  This function ignores digits and special characters.

Example 1:

More Examples on Python String istitle() Method

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# First character in each word is
# uppercase and remaining lowercase
s = 'Geeks For Geeks'
print(s.istitle())
 
# First character in first
# word is lowercase
s = 'geeks For Geeks'
print(s.istitle())
 
# Third word has uppercase
# characters at middle
s = 'Geeks For GEEKs'
print(s.istitle())
# Ignore the digit 6041, hence returns True
s = '6041 Is My Number'
print(s.istitle())
 
# word has uppercase
# characters at middle
s = 'GEEKS'
print(s.istitle())

Output: 

True
False
False
True
False

Example 2: Condition Checking using istitle() method

Checking if a string is title cased using Python String istitle() Method.

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s = 'I Love Geeks For Geeks'
 
if s.istitle() == True:
    print('Titlecased String')
else:
    print('Not a Titlecased String')
 
s = 'I Love geeks for geeks'
 
if s.istitle() == True:
    print('Titlecased String')
else:
    print('Not a Titlecased String')

Output: 

Titlecased String
Not a Titlecased String

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