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CSP - Section 4

Append concatenate
Capitalize returns a new string with the first character capitalized
Concatenate add two strings together using the + symbol
Function a sub-procedure that returns a value and can take input
Immutable does not change; example strings
Index a number associated with the position of a character in a string
Object can have behavior (things it can do). Ex. strings and turtles
String a sequence of characters inside a pair of single, double, or triple quotes
Substring part of a string
find takes a string as input and returns the index of the first occurence of that string in the string the function is called on
len takes a string as input and returns the number of characters in the string including any spaces. For example len("Hi there") w
lower returns a new string with only lowercase letters
slice uses [start] or [start:end] which will return a substring of the current string starting at the given start position and if an end position is given ending at the character before the end position
Created by: shoemaker