Python String center() Method

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Python String center()

The center() method returns a string which is padded with the specified character.

Example

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txt = "wikimass" x = txt.center(24) print(x)

Syntax

txt.center(width, fill)

Parameter Values

ValueTypeExplanation
widthRequiredSpecifies the total width of the string.
fillOptionalSpecifies the filler character.
Default value is " " (whitespace)

Return Value

ValueExplanation
New stringReturns a string which is padded with the specified character.
Org stringReturns the original string, if width is less than or equal to length of the string.

More Example

In the following example, we use "-" as the padding character.

Example

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txt = "wikimass" x = txt.center(16, "-") print(x)

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