For a particular string, if the index used is out of range then "IndexError" exception occurs. For example, if a string has 6 characters, then valid indexes are 0 to 5. Any value more than 5 is an invalid index for the string. If index 6 is used for the string, then the program will throw an index error exception.
The syntax for iteration using indexing is shown below:
string_variable = 'string_value'
variable = string_variable[index]
Explanation of the syntax
Example of a program with an invalid index :
#Assign string to variable
my_string = 'Ike'
ch = my_string
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