Could anyone give a clear explanation of the use of .join() in Python.
The join tag in python is a string method. So, it takes a string, and it between its parentheses, it takes a list to be joined. The usage of it is as follows.
list_1 = ["a", "b", "c", "d"] join_list = "-".join(list_1) join_another_list = " ".join(list_1) print join_list # prints a-b-c print join_another_list # prints a b c
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