splitline() method is used to split the lines at line boundaries. The function returns a list of lines in the string, including the line break(optional).
keepends (optional): When set to True line breaks are included in the resulting list.
This can be a number, specifying the position of line break or, can be any Unicode characters, like “\n”, “\r”, “\r\n”, etc as boundaries for strings.
Return Value :
Returns a list of the lines in the string, breaking at line boundaries.
The below code shows the illustration of splitline() method.
['Welcome everyone to', 'the world of Geeks', 'GeeksforGeeks'] ['Welcome everyone to', 'the world of Geeks', 'GeeksforGeeks'] ['Welcome everyone to\r', 'the world of Geeks\n', 'GeeksforGeeks']
['Cat', 'Bat', 'Sat', 'Mat', 'Xat', 'Eat'] ['India', 'Japan', 'USA', 'UK', 'Canada']
In this code, we will understand how to use the concept of splitlines() to calculate the length of each word in a string.
['Welcome', 'to', 'GeeksforGeeks'] [7, 2, 13]
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