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Python String | isdecimal method

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schedule Mar 9, 2022
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Python's String.isdecimal() method returns a boolean indicating whether all characters in a string are decimal characters.

NOTE

A decimal character includes Unicode characters having numeric value property with property value Numeric_Type=Decimal. Superscript, subscripts, roman numerals, currency numerators and fractions are not decimal characters.

Parameters

String.isdecimal() method does not take any parameters.

Return Value

A single boolean indicating whether or not all the characters in a string are decimal characters.

Examples

Basic usage

a = '123'
print(a.isdecimal())

b = '123A'
print(b.isdecimal())

#c = '²123'
c = '\u00B123'
print(c.isdecimal())

#d = '½'
d = '\u00BD'
print(d.isdecimal())
True
False
False
False
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