Python String isnumeric()
isnumeric() function is used to check if all the characters of a string are of numeric type or not.
isnumeric() is an inbuilt function.
isnumeric() method returns true if all the characters of a string are of numeric type otherwise it will return false.
There are different types of numerics and these are as follows:
There is one special thing about numerics and that is they all can be represented in Unicode.
Another advantage of
isnumeric() method is that it is useful in counting the number of numerics in a string.
Below we have the basic syntax of the string
isnumeric() method in Python:
Note: In the above syntax, the string is used to denote the value of the string variable that is to be checked.
Also, it is clear from the above syntax, that this method does not require any parameters.
isnumeric(): Returned Values
For the returned value there are two cases:
isnumeric(): Basic Example
Below we have an example to show the working of String
str1 = "12345678"
print("String: ", str1, " Numeric: ", str1.isnumeric())
print("String: ", str2, " Numeric: ", str2.isnumeric())
print("String: ", str3, " Numeric: ", str3.isnumeric())
The Output for the same is given below:
String: 12345678 Numeric: True
String: abcd123k Numeric: False
String: ½ Numeric: True
Time for a Live Example!
Let us see a Live Example given below where we will use
isnumeric() function under different conditions:
In this tutorial, we studied
isnumeric() method which returns true in the case if string consists of only numeric values, else it returns false. We saw its basic syntax with a few examples.
This function can be used to validate user input value, if any field is supposed to have only numeric values then we can use this function to check if user has entered a numeric value or not.