Strings Concatenation | Basic Concepts

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String Manipulation in Python

## Strings Concatenation

What if we need to connect two strings? Like, we have a price as a number in `price` variable, and we want to make it representatively, i.e. we want to show the price in format `n \$`. This problem can be solved by concatenation.

Concatenation is joining two strings, which can be done in Python by using a simple `+` operator. It will join the string on the left side of the operator to the string on the right side. For example,

As we can see, `+` operator added the '\$' sign to the `price` converted into a string.

Note

All the space characters are considered by `+` operator. For example, if in the example above we wrote `str(price) + ' \$'` it would output `Price is 25 \$`.

Given variables `height` and `weight`. Using concatenation, output the following messages:

Height: 170 cm

Weight: 70 kg

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Section 1. Chapter 8

Course Content

String Manipulation in Python

## Strings Concatenation

What if we need to connect two strings? Like, we have a price as a number in `price` variable, and we want to make it representatively, i.e. we want to show the price in format `n \$`. This problem can be solved by concatenation.

Concatenation is joining two strings, which can be done in Python by using a simple `+` operator. It will join the string on the left side of the operator to the string on the right side. For example,

As we can see, `+` operator added the '\$' sign to the `price` converted into a string.

Note

All the space characters are considered by `+` operator. For example, if in the example above we wrote `str(price) + ' \$'` it would output `Price is 25 \$`.

Given variables `height` and `weight`. Using concatenation, output the following messages: