Slice from start, slice to end
When slicing from the start, or to the end, we can write:
s = 'hello world!' print(s[0: 3]) # hel print(s[10: len(s)]) # d!
Python provides a more concise way of handling those slices by omitting the initial
0:if the slice should be from the beginning, and omitting the
len(s)if the slice should go up until the end.
s = 'hello world!' print(s[:3]) # hel print(s[10:]) # d!
Given a string, your task is to split it in half and check if those two pieces are equal. If they are equal the program should print
Differentotherwise. If the lengths of two parts are not the same, the program should print
Time limit: 1 seconds
Memory limit: 512 MB
Output limit: 1 MB