How to get domain name of email ID?

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I am writing a script that will check the domain name and print the name of the domain. For example if the email id is abc@gmail.com, then the output should be Gmail and so on. How can I implement this?

Mar 28 in Python by shri
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You can use the split method to split the string into two parts (before and after '@') and then compare it.

Hey, refer to the below code to do this:

email=’abc@gmail.com’

eid=email.split(‘@’)

if eid[1]==’gmail.com’:

    print “Gmail”
answered Mar 28 by Firoz

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