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Python - remove last character from string if condition

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In this article, we would like to show you how to conditionally remove last character from the string in Python.

Quick solution:

text = "ABC"

if text[-1] == "C":
    text = text[:-1]

print("after: ", text)  # AB

 

Practical example

In this example, we check if the last character in a string is C and remove it if true.

text = "ABC"

print("String before:", text)

# remove last character from a string if condition
if text[-1] == "C":
    text = text[:-1]

print("String after: ", text)

Output:

String before: ABC
String after:  AB

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