There are several ways to print specific words in Python, depending on the context and your goal. Here are a few examples:
- Printing a string: To print a specific word or phrase, use the “print()” function and pass the string as an argument.
- Printing a variable: If a variable contains a string, you can print its value using the “print()” function.
- print(): The print() function can be used to output a wide variety of data, including strings, numbers, variables, and the results of calculations and expressions.
- Printing a specific word from a sentence: If a sentence is stored in a string variable, you can use string indexing to print a specific word.
- Printing a specific word from a list: If you have a list of words, you can print a specific word by accessing its index.
- Printing specific words from a file: If you have a file containing a list of words, you can use the “open()” function to open the file, then use a loop to iterate over the lines in the file and print specific words that match certain criteria.
- open(): In Python, the open() function is used to open a file on disk and return a file object, which provides a way to interact with the file's contents.
For more information about printing specific words in Python, refer to the code given below.
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# define aliases to the color-codes red = "\033[31m" green = "\033[32m" blue = "\033[34m" reset = "\033[39m" t = "That was one hell of a show for a one man band!" utterances = t.split() if "one" in utterances: # figure out the list-indices of occurences of "one" idxs = [i for i, x in enumerate(utterances) if x == "one"] # modify the occurences by wrapping them in ANSI sequences for i in idxs: utterances[i] = red + utterances[i] + reset # join the list back into a string and print utterances = " ".join(utterances) print(utterances)
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