How to capitalize the first word of string?

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Hi. I have a list of string and but they are all in small case. The element are names so want to capitalize the first letter. How to do it?
Apr 4, 2019 in Python by Raj
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1 answer to this question.

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Refer to the below command:

txt = "hello"
x = txt.capitalize()
print (x)

answered Apr 4, 2019 by Giri

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