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A Simple Email Splitter



In this article, You will learn two ways to split an email address into username and domain . Before we go into the details of doing this let's first define the username and domain. The username appears to the left of the @ symbol, while the domain appears to the right. saf@gmail.com, for example, has the username 'saf', and gmail.com is the domain name.


Method 1: using index() + slicing


This method takes advantage of the fact that the @ symbol naturally separates the username from the domain. The python index () method is used to return the index of the @ symbol and then simple string slicing can be used to split the email into two parts as follows:


# Email splitter for separating the username and domain
# Method 1 

# intializing the email 
email =input("Enter Your Email address: ").strip()

# separating the username and the domain name using slicing: 
user= email[0:email.index('@')]
domain=email[email.index('@')+1:]

# printing the result :
print('the username is:' +str(user) )
print('the domain is:'+str (domain) )

Result :


 

Method 2: split method


The string split method is used to split the email on @, which results in a list. The first element in the obtained list is the username, while the second element is the domain.


#Email splitter for separating the username and domain name
# Method 2
# intializing the email 
email =input("Enter Your Email address: ").strip()


# separating the username and the domain name using split method : 
user=email.split('@')[0]
domain=email.split('@')[1]

# printing the result :
print('the username is:' +str(user) )
print('the domain is:'+str (domain) )

Result :



 

The source code is available on Github.




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