>>> s = "238 NEO Sports" >>> s.split(" ", 1) ['238', 'NEO Sports']
Here is what the above code is Doing:
1. We are using the split() method to split the string into a list of strings.
2. The first argument to the split() method is the delimiter. In this case, it is a space.
3. The second argument is the maximum number of splits. In this case, we are splitting the string into two parts.