In this tutorial, we are going to learn about how to concatenate two strings in Bash shell.
Concatenation means joining two or more strings together into a single string.
To concatenate the two strings into a single string, we can use use
+= operator in the bash.
Here is an example:
name="bash" name+="shell" echo "$name"
Similarly, we can also use the below syntax to concatenate strings in Bash.
first="bash" last="shell" name="$first$last" echo "$name"
We can also concatenate by adding space between two strings like this: