I need to get first n characters of the string of x characters, where
n = x - len(endstring) and
endstring can have any number of characters from 0 to x.
Is there cleaner and better performance-wise way to do it in Python beside:
string[:len(string) - len(endstring)]
Main point is that
len(string) looks a little redundant, but to account for
endstring of 0 characters it seemed as the "smoothest" solution?