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Python - remove first 2 characters from string

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In this article, we would like to show you how to remove the first 2 characters from the string in Python.

Quick solution:

text = 'ABCD'
result = text[2:]  # removes first 2 characters
print(result)      # CD

 

Practical example using string slicing

In this example, we use string slicing to remove the first 2 characters from the text string.

text = 'ABCD'

# removes first 2 characters
result = text[2:]

print(result)  # CD

Output:

CD

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