To get the length of a script in Python, you can use the
len() method. This internal function is available to you without installing any extra packages.
Here's an example of how to do it:
my_string = "this is my string" length_of_my_string = len(my_string)
len() will return an int value that you can either store in a variable or use in more complex expressions like if statements like so:
if len(my_string) > 20: print("the string is too long")
len() method can be used on strings, lists, and any iterable objects. You can read more about the len method in the official documentation.
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