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How do i combine two strings "Tree" and "house"

I want to create a variable that combines two strings "Tree" and "house". Any assist how i can do that?

name = ("What's your name?")
if name == "David":
  print("I am a great Geek")
  print("Needs help!")
  name = ("What's your name? ")
  if name == "Tree":
    print("name" + "house")

2 Answers

treehouse = "Tree" + "house"

I am trying but its not working out

treehouse = "tree" + "house"