description of the capitalize() method

Python capitalize() makes the first letter of the string uppercase, and the others lowercase

Python capitalize() method syntax and return value


Return value This method returns a capitalized string.


# The following example shows an example capitalize() method:

str1 = "hello world!"
print("str1.capitalize(): ", str1.capitalize())
# output: str1.capitalize(): Hello world!

str2 = "mySql"
print("str2.capitalize(): ", str2.capitalize())
# output: str2.capitalize(): Mysql


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