How to Concatenate Lists in Python

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How to Concatenate Lists in Python?
Dec 22, 2023 in Python by Hoor
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In Python, you can concatenate lists using the + operator or the extend() method.

for example:

list1 = [1, 2, 3]
list2 = [4, 5, 6]

# Using +
concatenated_list = list1 + list2

# Using extend()
list1.extend(list2)

Basically, Both methods combine the elements of lists into one. The + operator creates a new list, while extend() modifies the original list by adding elements from another list.
answered Dec 29, 2023 by Anu

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