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String endswith() in Python
  • Last Updated : 01 Oct, 2020

The endswith() method returns True if a string ends with the given suffix otherwise returns False.
Syntax : 
 

str.endswith(suffix, start, end)

Parameters :
 

suffix : Suffix is nothing but a string which needs to be checked. 
start : Starting position from where suffix is needed to be checked within the string. 
end : Ending position + 1 from where suffix is needed to be checked within the string. 
 

NOTE : If start and end index is not provided then by default it takes 0 and length-1 as starting and ending indexes where ending index is not included in our search.
Returns : 
 

It returns True if string ends with the given
suffix otherwise returns False. 

CODE 1 
 



Python




# Python code shows the working of
# .endswith() function
 
text = "geeks for geeks."
 
# returns False
result = text.endswith('for geeks')
print (result)
 
# returns True
result = text.endswith('geeks.')
print (result)
 
# returns True
result = text.endswith('for geeks.')
print (result)
 
# returns True
result = text.endswith('geeks for geeks.')
print (result)


Output : 
 

False
True
True
True

  
CODE 2 
 

Python




# Python code shows the working of
# .endswith() function
 
text = "geeks for geeks."
 
# start parameter: 10
result = text.endswith('geeks.', 10)
print(result)
 
# Both start and end is provided
# start: 10, end: 16 - 1
# Returns False
result = text.endswith('geeks', 10, 16)
print result
 
# returns True
result = text.endswith('geeks', 10, 15)
print result


Output : 
 

True
True
False

 

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