The isdecimal() method checks whether the string consists of only decimal characters. This method are present only on unicode objects.
Note − Unlike in Python 2, all strings are represented as Unicode in Python 3. Below is the example.
Following is the syntax for isdecimal() method −
This method returns true if all characters in the string are decimal, false otherwise.
The following example shows the usage of isdecimal() method.
#!/usr/bin/python3 str = "this2016" print (str.isdecimal()) str = "23443434" print (str.isdecimal())
When we run above program, it produces the following result −
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