by Sai gowtham

How to concatenate a list of strings in Python

In python, we can use the join() method to concatenate a list of strings into a single string.

Here is an example that concatenates the users list into a single string.

users = ['jim','pop','king']

s = ''.join(users)

print(s)

Output:

jimpopking

Similarly, you can also concatenate a list of elements with a separator.

users = ['jim','pop','king']

s = '-'.join(users)

print(s)

Output:

jim-pop-king

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