FAQ: Learn Python - Python Syntax - Strings

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Why can’t I get a space between my strings when I am connecting multiple strings using +?

you can? If you included spaces in the string

What’s the point in using an operator?

print 'Hello ’ + ‘World’ and print 'Hello World’

do the same thing don’t they?

the first example concatenate two string, then print the joined string

the second example simple prints a string

You need to learn how to concatenate strings. In which case its best that there is a simple example

Alright, thanks for the prompt reply!

https://www.codecademy.com/courses/learn-python/lessons/python-syntax/exercises/a-string” in this lesson I am told that,
“print “This is a good string”
print ‘You can use single quotes or double quotes for a string’
Above we printed two things that are strings and then attempted to print two things that are not strings.”
What is the attempt to print things that are not strings?


Any update from this CodeAcademy? This sentence makes no sense and you haven’t fixed it in almost a year?

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