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Concatenation | Variables and Types
Introduction to Python

Concatenation

Let's dive into concatenation. This process simply joins two strings together. In Python, you can concatenate two strings using the + operator, much like you'd add numbers.

Note

Concatenation won't automatically insert spaces between the strings you're joining.

For instance, you can combine words with an article:

Note

Keep in mind, you can only concatenate strings with other strings. In other words, you can't directly concatenate a word like 'word' with a number such as 1. To achieve this, first convert the number to a string using the str(1) function, and then concatenate.

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Introduction to Python

Concatenation

Let's dive into concatenation. This process simply joins two strings together. In Python, you can concatenate two strings using the + operator, much like you'd add numbers.

Note

Concatenation won't automatically insert spaces between the strings you're joining.

For instance, you can combine words with an article:

Note

Keep in mind, you can only concatenate strings with other strings. In other words, you can't directly concatenate a word like 'word' with a number such as 1. To achieve this, first convert the number to a string using the str(1) function, and then concatenate.

What result will the following code produce?

Selecciona la respuesta correcta

¿Todo estuvo claro?

Sección 2. Capítulo 12
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