[Tutor] understanding join

Steve Poe steve.poe at gmail.com
Thu Jul 31 04:23:31 CEST 2008

> Does this look useful?
> In [3]: people = [ 'Tom', 'Dick', 'Harry' ]
> In [4]: ', '.join(people)
> Out[4]: 'Tom, Dick, Harry'
> Your confusion is in thinking about the string 'ABC' as a single
> entity. For the purposes of join(), it is a sequence of three letters.
> The argument to join() is a sequence of strings, not a single string.
> Kent


Your explanation about my confusion is right on target.  Thank you!

Okay, now let's join people to people and what do we get?


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