Python Tutorial for Beginners
Python String Concatenation Explained with Examples
How to Concatenate Strings in Python?
When you concatenate two or more strings into one, this process is called concatenation.
+ operator in Python does this. It's as easy as writing two-string literals together to concatenate them. A string can be made to repeat for a defined number of times by using the
str1 = 'Hello' str2 ='World!' # using + print('str1 + str2 = ', str1 + str2) # using * print('str1 * 3 =', str1 * 3)
str1 + str2 = HelloWorld!
str1 * 3 = HelloHelloHello
Writing two string literals together also concatenates them like + operator.
If we want to concatenate strings in different lines, we can use parentheses.
>>> # two string literals together
>>> 'Hello ''World!'
>>> # using parentheses
>>> s = ('Hello '