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Concatenating strings in Python

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We can concatenate strings in Python using the + operator.

Examples

Join two strings

To join two strings together:

s1 = "Sky" + "Towner"
print(s1)
SkyTowner

Repeat the same string

We can use the * operator to repeat "SkyTowner" multiple times:

print("SkyTowner" * 3)
SkyTownerSkyTownerSkyTowner

Non-string objects

To concatenate any non-string objects, make sure to call str() on them first:

age = 17
print("I am " + str(age) + " years old.")
I am 17 years old.

If you don't you will get a TypeError:

age = 17
print("I am " + age + " years old.")
TypeError: can only concatenate str (not "int") to str
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