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Python Python Basics Types and Branching Strings

mohan Abdul
mohan Abdul
Courses Plus Student 1,453 Points

how do you join combine two variable labels together like it did in the task. I have been trying to do it on tree house

work space.

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Are you referring to the first question, which concatenates strings?

action = "got" # saves the string 'got' to the action variable
exclamation = "You " + action # creates a string variable called exclamation and combines 'You ' and action (which has a value of 'got')
exclamation += " this!" # += is short-hand for setting something to it's current value, plus whatever you're adding - in this case, the string ' this!'
print(exclamation) # print out the current value of exclamation, after all the code above has been executed

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