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How could I print all items of a list that begin with a certain character (taking a list of strings and a character as parameters) when capitalization of the character and the first letter of the string should not make a difference in whether the string is printed or not?

What I have tried:

def partition (strings, char):
    if strings == []:
        for string in strings:
            if string[0] == char:
Updated 31-Jan-17 5:56am

1 solution

turn them into the same case before comparing:
if string[0].upper() == char.upper():
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Peter Leow 31-Jan-17 11:12am    
What were you doing? Are you sure you understand the code or just got it from some where? You are making it worse. It is supposed to replace this
if string[0] == char:
Member 12975993 31-Jan-17 11:16am    
Definitely wrote it myself, just a really confused beginner. But I see how that applies now. Thanks for your help.

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