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Quiz CSC-103 October 28, 2008 Name: Using string methods, write expressions that do the following: 1. Capitalize 'boolean' &gt;&gt;&gt; 'boolean'.capitalize() 'Boolean' &gt;&gt;&gt; 2. Find the first occurrence (report the index) of '2' in 'CO2 H2O' &gt;&gt;&gt; 'CO2 H2O'.find('2') 2 &gt;&gt;&gt; 3. Find the second occurrence (report the index) of '2' in 'CO2 H2O'...

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Quiz CSC-103 October 28, 2008 Name: Using string methods, write expressions that do the following: 1. Capitalize 'boolean' >>> 'boolean'.capitalize() 'Boolean' >>> 2. Find the first occurrence (report the index) of '2' in 'CO2 H2O' >>> 'CO2 H2O'.find('2') 2 >>> 3. Find the second occurrence (report the index) of '2' in 'CO2 H2O' >>> 'CO2 H2O'.find('2',3) # start at search index 3, past the first occurrence 5 >>> 4. Determine whether 'Boolean' begins with lowercase >>> 'Boolean'[0].islower() False >>> 5. Convert 'MoNDaY' to lowercase letters and then capitalize the result. &g...

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