Pandas dataframe index range

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I have a pandas dataframe. I want to know where the index start and ends. Basically, I want to print the range of index. How to do it?
Apr 8 in Python by Raj
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You can print the range of pandas dataframe index as follows:

>> print(df.index)
answered Apr 8 by Karan

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