To get a part of a Python string, you can use the bracket notation:
letters = 'abcdefg' print(letters[0:3])
Where the notation is [from:to].
The result of the above code is:
The numbers are indexes into the string. The result string contains the character at the from index, but does not contain the character at the to index.
Here's another example:
letters = 'abcdefg' print(letters[2:5])
the result is: