5 examples of 'get unique characters from string python' in Python

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10def uniqueChar(passedStr):
11
12 # Will use the built-in function set() which
13 # eliminates dupplicates
14 deleteDuplicateIfAny = set(passedStr)
15
16 # If the string had unique characters the string
17 # length remains the same
18 # If the string has duplicates then size
19 if len(deleteDuplicateIfAny) == len(passedStr):
20 return "Unique"
21 else:
22 return "Not Unique"
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115def generate_character_sets():
116 declarations = []
117 for char_type, char_generator in [
118 ("unicode_start_ch", get_start_characters_as_number),
119 ("unicode_continuation_ch", get_continue_not_start_as_number),
120 ]:
121 for set_type, chars in zip(("any", "range"), to_ranges(char_generator())):
122 declarations.append(
123 f"{char_type}_{set_type} = (\n"
124 f"{make_split_strings(chars)}\n"
125 f")\n"
126 )
127
128 return "".join(declarations)
65def generate_random_string(number_of_random_chars=8, character_set=string.ascii_letters):
66 """
67 Generate a series of random characters.
68
69 Kwargs:
70 number_of_random_chars (int) : Number of characters long
71 character_set (str): Specify a character set. Default is ASCII
72 """
73 return u('').join(random.choice(character_set)
74 for _ in range(number_of_random_chars))
57def test_generate_string(self):
58 outstring = self.lib.generate_string(self.n)
59 self.assertEqual(outstring[:self.n], generate_string(self.n))
2def firstUniqChar(self, s):
3 """
4 :type s: str
5 :rtype: int
6 """
7 counts = [0] * 26
8 for item in s:
9 counts[ord(item) - ord('a')] += 1
10 for (index, item) in enumerate(s):
11 if counts[ord(item) - ord('a')] == 1:
12 return index
13 return -1

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