How to print rows at different locations of pandas dataframe?

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I have a pandas dataframes from which I want to print the rows with index from 0-5 and from columns 2-3. I can print the first part using the below code. 

df.iloc[0:5]

I want to print both the selected rows/columns together, to create a new dataframe with the selected rows/columns. How to do this?

May 12 in Python by Jai
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Like you are using row slicing, you can do the same for columns as the below code:

df.iloc[0-5, 2:4]
answered May 12 by Gani

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