One more possible task is to split the string into separate words or into separate sentences.

Surely, Python can deal with that. Use .split method with separator as an argument (space by default). It will return a list of splits. This function also has the second argument maxsplit defining the number of splits to do (by default - maximum possible). For example,

By default, this method works from left to right. Like for .strip method, there is .rsplit method that works from right to left.


Given string libraries. Split it into the list by comma as the separator.

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