Write a simple program in Python that returns the first word of a given text. Example for the text: T = ‘Python is a wonderful programming language’, the program must return Python
def first_word(text): # split the text by whitespace words = text.split() # return the first word return words # Example usage T = 'Python is a wonderful programming language' print(first_word(t)) # output: 'Python'
In this program:
- We defines a function called first_word: that takes a single argument, text.
- The splits() method: is used to convert the text T into a list of words
- We then returns the first word: in the list (which is at index 0).
The example usage at the bottom of the program demonstrates how to call the function on the given text and print the result.