Python String count() Method

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Python String count()

The count() method returns the number of times a given value occurs in a string.

By default, the counting begins from the start of the string till the end.

Example

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txt = "wikimass is a mass website" x = txt.count("mass") print(x)

Syntax

txt.count(value, startIndex, endIndex)

Parameter Values

ValueTypeExplanation
valueRequiredSpecifies a string to value to search for.
startIndexRequiredSpecifies the starting position to start searching.
Default value is 0.
endIndexRequiredSpecifies the ending position to end searching.
Default value is the length of the string.

Return Value

ValueExplanation
NumberReturns the number of times a given value occurs in a string.

More Example

In the following example, we start searching for "mass" from the index number 10 to 25.

Example

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txt = "wikimass is a mass website" x = txt.count("mass", 10, 25) print(x)

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