How to remove blank spaces from Python string

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Hi. I imported some data in Python as strings and there are a lot of blank spaces. How can I remove them?
Apr 4, 2019 in Python by Raj
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You can use the strip method to do this. It will remove all the blanks spaces in the string.

name=”abc xyz”
name=name.strip()
print(name)
abcxyz
answered Apr 4, 2019 by Rishi

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