IsLower() Python Function 101: The Hard Way vs The Easy Way
By Robin Dacalor · October 24, 2022 · 4 min read
Difficulty Level: Basic
In this article, we will discuss how to use the IsLower() Python function.
This function is a built-in operation used for handling strings.
Let’s dive into what this function is and how to use it in both Code & No Code Python.
What is IsLower() Python Function?
In Python, islower() is a built-in method used for handling string data type. This method returns “True” if all characters in the string are lower case, otherwise, returns “False”.
- It does not need any parameters, it just returns an error if a parameter is passed.
- Numbers, symbols & spaces are not checked, only string characters.
This function is used when checking if the argument contains any lowercase characters:
IsLower() Python Function: The Hard Way With Code
Let’s take a look at the following Public Sample Dataset (available to use for free).
SELECT IsLower(TerritoryName) FROM UK Greenhouse Gas Emissions
IsLower() Python Function: The Easy Way Without Coding
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