One of the useful features of the Python programming language is the numerous methods it offers for text manipulation. You can use two methods to remove characters from a string of text; the method you choose depends on whether you want to remove from the string individual letters or specific letter sequences.
Open the command prompt. In Windows, press the Windows-R keys and then type cmd in the Run field.
Type python to open the Python interpreter.
Define a string by typing:
s = "Hello World."
Type the following to strip the letters "o" and "l" from the string:
s = s.strip(['o','l'])
You must reassign the string to its own variable name. Strings in Python cannot be altered after they are defined. Instead, "strip" -- and other string methods -- produce a new string that you must assign to the old variable name.
Type the following to remove an entire word in the string:
s = s.replace("World", "")