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Python String Title method
  • Difficulty Level : Basic
  • Last Updated : 02 Dec, 2020

The title() function in python is the Python String Method which is used to convert the first character in each word to Uppercase and remaining characters to Lowercase in the string and returns a new string.
 

Syntax: 

str.title()
parameters:str is a valid string which we need to convert.
return: This function returns a string which 
has first letter in each word is uppercase and all 
remaining letters are lowercase.

 

Python




# Python title() Method Example
  
str1 = 'geeKs foR geEks'
str2 = str1.title()
print 'First Output after Title() method is = ', str2
 
# observe the original string
print 'Converted String is = ', str1.title()
print 'Original String is = ', str1
  
# Performing title() function directly
str3 = 'ASIPU pawan kuMAr'.title()
print 'Second Output after Title() method is = ', str3
  
str4 = 'stutya kUMari sHAW'.title()
print 'Third Output after Title() method is = ', str4
  
str5 = '6041'.title()
print 'Fourth Output after Title() method is = ', str5

Output: 
 

First Output after title() method is =  Geeks For Geeks
Converted String is =  Geeks For Geeks
Original String is =  geeKs foR geEks
Second Output after title() method is =  Asipu Pawan Kumar
Third Output after title() method is =  Stutya Kumari Shaw
Fourth Output after title() method is =  6041

 

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