How to convert a list to a string with join()

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Elements of a list can be concatenated to string with the join() method.

Every element of a list passed to the join() method will be concatenated to form a string separated by our initial string.

Let me show you with code

my_words = ["Hello", "Everyone", "I'm", "Garry"]

sentence = " ".join(my_words)

It will print out a string that contains all elements of the list
my_groceries_list = ["Apples", "Carrots", "Butter", "Milks"]

my_groceries = ",".join(my_groceries_list)

This time with a comma.

Here you are! You now know how to convert a list to a string with join().

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