How to delete a character from a string using Python
In Python, strings are immutable, so you have to create a new string. You have a few options of how to create the new string. If you want to remove the 'M' wherever it appears:
newstr = oldstr.replace("M", "")
If you want to remove the central character:
midlen = len(oldstr) // 2newstr = oldstr[:midlen] + oldstr[midlen+1:]
You asked if strings end with a special character. No, you are thinking like a C programmer. In Python, strings are stored with their length, so any byte value, including
\0, can appear in a string.