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Python

youssef b10ta
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youssef b10ta
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Didn't get the expected output?? maybe you didnt expected the way i did slove it ....

def combiner(strings):
    string = ' '
    number = 0
    for i in strings:
        if isinstance(i,(int,float)):
            number += i
        else:
            string += i
    return f"{string}{number}"

1 Answer

You initialized string with a space so there will be a leading space in your result.

Use:

string = ''

instead of:

string = ' '