How do I concatenate strings in Python?

There are at least five ways to concatenate strings in Python. The plus operator ("+") is the simplest and most widely used string concatenation method but only works with strings. To concatenate strings and numbers, you can use the operator ("%"). To concatenate list items into a string, you can use the string.join() method. The string.format() method allows you to concatenate multiple variables into a string and format the result. Since Python 3.6, you can use f-strings to concatenate your strings. F-strings are similar to string.format(), but they are more concise, easier to read, and less error-prone when refactoring your code. In this Python Concatenate Strings example, we are using the "+" operator. The rest of Python's string concatenation methods are listed below, with detailed explanations and examples. Click Execute to run the Python string concatenation example online and see the result.
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