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Python Python Basics (2015) Logic in Python Loop

I can't remember how to add a string when printing a variable.

Like a bum I failed to to take notes, and now I can't remember how to print the variable list with "World" added to to each list entry.

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
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:point_right: Concatenation ("string pasting") is done with the plus-sign (+) operator.

For example, if   mystring = "Hello"   then   mystring + ", World!"   is the same thing as   "Hello, World!".

I guess I didn't word this right, but the error it's giving me is that I cannot concatenate lists and strings.

Ah! Figured it out. Thanks, Google. The answer was: print(greeting, "World")

Dios mio.