Python isupper

Python isupper Function is used to check whether the given string has at least one character, and the character is either in uppercase or not. If it is in Uppercase, then it returns true; otherwise, it returns False.

In this section, we discuss how to write isupper Function in Python Programming with example, and the syntax is

String_Value.isupper()

Python isupper example

The following set of examples helps you understand it. Please refer to the String and its Methods articles in Python to understand them.

Str1 = 'TUTORIAL GATEWAY';
print('First Output of a method is = ', Str1.isupper())

# Performing on Empty Space
Str2 = '     ';
print('Second Output For Empty Space is = ', Str2.isupper())

# Performing directly on Alphabets
Str3 = 'PYTHON LANGUAGE tutorial at Tutorial GatewaY'.isupper()
print('Third Output  is = ', Str3)

# Performing both Digits and Alphabets
Str4 = '139ABCD'.isupper()
print('Fourth Output is = ', Str4)

# Performing on Special Characters
Str5 = '!!!@@@'.isupper()
print('Fifth Output is = ', Str5)

# Using on Both Alphabets & Special Characters
Str6 = 'ABCDS!!!@@@'.isupper()
print('Sixth Output is = ', Str6)
Python isupper function