How to use 'count substring in string python' in Python

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772def test_substr_count(self):
773 output = self.run('''
774 echo substr_count('', 'a');
775 echo substr_count("ababc", "ab");
776 echo substr_count("ababc", "ab", 1);
777 echo substr_count("ababc", "ab", 5);
778 echo substr_count("ababc", "ab", 1, 2);
779 echo substr_count("ababababa", "aba");
780 ''')
781 assert [self.space.int_w(i) for i in output] == [0, 2, 1, 0, 0, 2]
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29def test_you_can_get_a_substring_from_a_string(self):
30 string = "Bacon, lettuce and tomato"
31 self.assertEqual('let', string[7:10])

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