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Python String istitle() Method

  • Difficulty Level : Medium
  • Last Updated : 12 Aug, 2021

Python String istitle() method returns True if the string is a titlecased string otherwise it returns False. What is titlecased? The string which has the first character in each word Uppercase and remaining all characters Lowercase alphabets. 

Syntax: 

string.istitle()

Parameters: 

The istitle() method doesn’t take any parameters.

Returns: 

True if the string is a titlecased string otherwise it returns False.

Example 1

Python3




# First character in each word is 
# uppercase and remaining lowercases
s = 'Geeks For Geeks'
print(s.istitle())
  
# First character in first
# word is lowercase
s = 'geeks For Geeks'
print(s.istitle())
  
# Third word has uppercase
# characters at middle
s = 'Geeks For GEEKs'
print(s.istitle())
  
s = '6041 Is My Number'
print(s.istitle())
  
# word has uppercase
# characters at middle
s = 'GEEKS'
print(s.istitle())


Output: 

True
False
False
True
False

Example 2

Python3




s = 'I Love Geeks For Geeks'
  
if s.istitle() == True:
    print('Titlecased String')
else:
    print('Not a Titlecased String')
  
s = 'I Love geeks for geeks'
  
if s.istitle() == True:
    print('Titlecased String')
else:
    print('Not a Titlecased String')


Output: 

Titlecased String
Not a Titlecased String


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