How can I convert a list to a string in Python?

To convert a list to a string in Python, you can use the string.join() and string.map() methods, which take an iterable as an argument and returns a new string. The passed list must contain only strings; otherwise, a TypeError exception will be thrown. The string.map() method is used for homogeneous lists, for example, if the list contains strings and numbers. You can also convert the list to a string by iterating using the "for" loop and manually creating the string. In this Python list to string conversion Example, we call string.join() on an empty list and pass the "my_list" as a parameter. The string.join() concatenates the list elements into a string and returns it as output. Below you can see more examples of converting Python lists to strings, detailing each method. Click Execute to run the Python List to String Conversion Example online and see the result.
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