I have a question regarding
strip() in Python. I am trying to strip a semi-colon from a string, I know how to do this when the semi-colon is at the end of the string, but how would I do it if it is not the last element, but say the second to last element.
I would like to strip that last semi-colon.
Strip the other characters as well.
>>> '1;2;3;4;\n'.strip('\n;') '1;2;3;4'