Python: Replace a string "Python" with "Java" and "Java" with "Python" in a given string
Python Basic - 1: Exercise-50 with Solution
Write a Python program to replace a string "Python" with "Java" and "Java" with "Python" in a given string.
English letters (including single byte alphanumeric characters, blanks, symbols) are given on one line. The length of the input character string is 1000 or less.
Input a text with two words 'Python' and 'Java'
Exchanged character string of Python and Java on one line.
print("Input a text with two words 'Python' and 'Java'") text = input().split() for i in range(len(text)): if "Python" in text[i]:n = text[i].index("Python");text[i] = text[i][:n] + "Java" + text[i][n + 6:] elif "Java" in text[i]:n = text[i].index("Java");text[i] = text[i][:n] + "Python" + text[i][n + 4:] print(*text)
Input a text with two words 'Python' and 'Java' Python is popular than Java Java is popular than Python
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def tips_merge(*args, fill_value=None): max_length = max([len(lst) for lst in args]) result =  for i in range(max_length): result.append([ args[k][i] if i < len(args[k]) else fill_value for k in range(len(args)) ]) return result print(tips_merge(['x', 'y'], [1, 2], [True, False])) print(tips_merge(['x'], [1, 2], [True, False])) print(tips_merge(['x'], [1, 2], [True, False], fill_value = '_'))
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