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Python Python Basics (Retired) Ins & Outs Ins & Outs

SUDHARSAN CHAKRAVARTHI
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SUDHARSAN CHAKRAVARTHI
Courses Plus Student 2,434 Points

s1="Tree" s2="House" treehouse=s1+s2;

Do i need to use format() method to concatenate strings

name.py
name="sudharsan"
s1="Tree"
s2="House"
treehouse=s1+s2;

2 Answers

# .format() usually used to format data inside place holders aka {}
# here is an example

num1 = 1
num2 = 2

print("The first number is:{} and the second number is:{}".format(num1,num2))
boog690
boog690
8,987 Points

No. That code looks just fine.