Delete a character from pythons string

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How do you delete a given letter from a python string?
Jun 5, 2018 in Python by nightshade
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new_word = old_word.replace("c", "")

Use replace() as shown

answered Jun 6, 2018 by Hamartia's Mask
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If you want to remove the 'J' wherever it appears:

newstr = oldstr.replace("J", "")
For central character removal :

midlen = len(oldstr)/2 newstr = oldstr[:midlen] + oldstr[midlen+1:]

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answered Jun 12, 2018 by anonymous

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