In two previous chapters, we considered methods that split a string into a list. Now we will learn the method that will do the opposite thing.

To join all the elements of iterable object obj (like tuple, list, dictionary or set) use the following syntax: separator.join(obj), where separator is the string used to separate objects for join. If obj is dictionary, then its keys will be joined. For example,


You are given the list of strings splitted_string. You need to join these strings separated by dot and space into one sentence.

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