Reversing a string in Python is easy. Unfortunately, Python does not make it immediately obvious how to do this with native modules, but no matter. You can use slicing to reverse a string in Python very easily.
Steps For How To Reverse A String In Python
To do this, simply create a string either in the terminal or in a text file.
I will use user input in a terminal to demonstrate this. I will style the output in italics.
x = input("Please enter your string to input: ")
Please enter your string to input: Hello there everyone
y = x[::-1]
‘enoyreve ereht olleH’
You could either define your own string(s) or get user input. Below is how you could do it with user input in a text file.
x = input("Please enter your string to input: ") y = x[::-1] print(y)
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