Python Strings Concatenation example

In this post, we will study Python Strings Concatenation example. String are very useful in any programming language, so in Python Programming too.  Below we will see how to concatenate two or more Strings in Python.

In Python, Strings can be concatenate with Plus sign +. Let’s see below Python Strings Concatenation example

Example

#Python Strings concatenation Example

str1="Python tutorial "
str2="for beginners"
str3=str1+str2

print(str3)

 

Output

Python tutorial for beginners

 

Explanation

  • Here str1 and str2 are two String when we concatenate str1 and str2 with plus + sign, these strings will merge into one and we store that String into str3.
  • String str3 will also be a String, you can check this by using type() function of Python. when you will write print(type(str3)) result will be <class 'str'>

we can only concatenate Strings using plus operator. If we concatenate String with Integer  using plus, It will throw error.

#Python String concatenation Example

str1="Python tutorial "
num1=1
str3=str1+num1

print(str3)
print(type(str3))

 

TypeError: must be str, not int

 

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