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Email Validation by using String function in Python

By Naman Maheshwari

Email Validation in Python uses the string functions to check whether the input email is right or wrong.

This is a simple Python program used to check whether the email is a right or wrong email address. Suppose we have an email address as a string and use the function and the Python code is formed.
We have to check whether this is valid or not based on the following conditions: −
1)The format must be username @company. domain format.
2)The Username can only contain upper and lowercase letters, numbers, dashes, and underscores.
3)The Company name can only contain upper and lowercase letters and numbers.
4)The Domain can only contain upper and lowercase letters.
This is Python to check whether the email addresses are right or wrong.
An email address is a string (a subset of ASCII characters) separated into two parts by @ symbol,
and a “personal info” and a domain, that is [email protected]
The whole system is by the if-else statement and by the function statement. For access, the code firstly extracts them and reads the readme.txt file to understand them easily and runs the code file on the command prompt in your system. It also gives the basic idea of the email address format.
All the best!
Go and explore the given code to make or maintain the email input.

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