How to use string.replace() in python 3.x

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The string.replace() is deprecated on python 3.x. What is the new way of doing this?

Aug 3, 2018 in Python by bug_seeker
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replace() is a method of <class 'str'> in python3:

>>> 'hello, world'.replace(',', ':')

'hello: world'

hope this helps
answered Aug 3, 2018 by Priyaj
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