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How can you capitalize the first letter of a string?

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We can use the capitalize() function to capitalize the first character of a string. If the first character is already in capital then it returns the original string.

Syntax: string_name.capitalize() ex: n = “greatlearning” print(n.capitalize())

o/p: Greatlearning

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In Python, you can use the capitalize() method to capitalize the first letter of a string. However, if a string already consists of a capital letter at the beginning, it will return the original string.

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