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Suppose we have a string. Now it's time to learn how we can work with it. First, let's learn how to access certain string characters.
Use square brackets with an index inside to access a particular string element. An index is not a position of a specific element since indexing in Python starts from 0. Take a look at the example below.
As you can see, the index in Python is always 1 less than the position. For example, we can get several letters of the word above.
Suppose you are given the string test (in the code below). Choose the element that has index 5.
Select the correct answer