Python String isdecimal() Method

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Python String isdecimal()

The isdecimal() method checks whether all the characters of the string are decimal (0-9) or not.

This method is used on unicode objects.

Note: This method does not allow alphabets and special characters.


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str1 = "python" str2 = "123" str3 = "\u0031" # unicode for 1 str4 = "\u0045" # unicode for E print(str1.isdecimal()) # False print(str2.isdecimal()) # True print(str3.isdecimal()) # True print(str4.isdecimal()) # False


False True True False



Parameter Values

It does not take any parameter.

Return Value

TrueIf the characters of the string contains only decimal.
FalseIf the characters of the string contains other than decimal.


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