thanks very much indeed for your help is there a better way to do this (python3) newby

Gary Wood woodygar at sky.com
Tue Feb 24 00:33:31 CET 2009


'''exercise to complete and test this function'''
import string
def joinStrings(items):
    '''Join all the strings in stringList into one string,
    and return the result. For example:
    >>> print joinStrings(['very', 'hot', 'day'])
    'veryhotday'
    '''
    for i in items:
       return (''.join(items))
       
def main():
    print(joinStrings(['very', 'hot','day']))
    print(joinStrings(['this', 'is','it']))
    print(joinStrings(['1', '2', '3', '4', '5']))

main()


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