In python, the string encode() method is useful to encode the given string based on the specified encoding type, such as
ascii, etc. If the encoding type is not specified, by default, it will consider using the
Generally, the encoding process will convert the string characters into a set of bytes. Following is the pictorial representation of the string
encode() method functionality in python.
If you observe the above diagram, we are trying to encode the given string “
Hi Guest Hi” using python's encode function.
Following is the syntax of defining a string encode() method in python.
If you observe the above syntax, the
encode() method accepts two parameters (
errors), and these two parameters are optional.
strict, and in python 6 types of error responses are available; those are
Following is the example of encoding the given string using the string
encode() method in python.
If you observe the above example, we are encoding the given strings using the encode() method.
When you execute the above python program, you will get the result as shown below.
This is how you can use the string encode() method in python to encode the given strings based on your requirements.