In Python, you can concatenate strings using the
+ operator or the
Here’s an example of concatenating two strings using the
first_name = "John"<br /> last_name = "Doe"</p> <p>full_name = first_name + " " + last_name</p> <p>print(full_name) # Output: "John Doe"
In this example, we’ve created two string variables,
last_name, and concatenated them together using the
+ operator. We’ve also added a space character between the two names.
Here’s an example of concatenating multiple strings using the
words = ["Hello", "world", "!"]</p> <p>sentence = " ".join(words)</p> <p>print(sentence) # Output: "Hello world !"
In this example, we’ve created a list of string variables called
words. We’ve then used the
join() method to concatenate the strings together, adding a space character between each word.
Note that the
join() method requires a sequence of strings as input, such as a list or a tuple. It returns a new string that contains all the elements of the sequence joined together with the specified separator. In this case, we’ve used a space character as the separator.