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Python String title() Method

❮ String Methods


Example

Make the first letter in each word upper case:

txt = "Welcome to my world"

x = txt.title()

print(x)
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Definition and Usage

The title() method returns a string where the first character in every word is upper case. Like a header, or a title.

If the word contains a number or a symbol, the first letter after that will be converted to upper case.


Syntax

string.title()

Parameter Values

No parameters.


More Examples

Example

Make the first letter in each word upper case:

txt = "Welcome to my 2nd world"

x = txt.title()

print(x)
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Example

Note that the first letter after a non-alphabet letter is converted into a upper case letter:

txt = "hello b2b2b2 and 3g3g3g"

x = txt.title()

print(x)
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❮ String Methods