In this program. you’ll learn to check whether a string is palindrome or Not
A palindrome is a string that is the same read forward or backward.
For example, “dad” is the same in forward or reverse direction. Another example is “aibohphobia”, which literally means, an irritable fear of palindromes.
# Program to check if a string is palindrome or not my_str = 'aIbohPhoBiA' # make it suitable for caseless comparison my_str = my_str.casefold() # reverse the string rev_str = reversed(my_str) # check if the string is equal to its reverse if list(my_str) == list(rev_str): print("The string is a palindrome.") else: print("The string is not a palindrome.")
The string is a palindrome.
Note: To test the program, change the value of my_str in the program.
In this program, we have taken a string stored in my_str.
Using the method casefold() we make it suitable for caseless comparisons. Basically, this method returns a lowercased version of the string.
We reverse the string using the built-in function reversed(). Since this function returns a reversed object, we use the list() function to convert them into a list before comparing.