How can I use the “sep” keyword for printing statements in Python for Concatenating and displaying multiple values with a separator?

115    Asked by Aalapprabhakaran in Python , Asked on Jan 24, 2024

I am currently working on a specific task using Python programming language. In this particular task, I need to use the “sep” keyword in that Python print statement for Concatenating and d displaying multiple values with a particular separator. How can I achieve this particular target? 

 In the context of Python programming language, the “sep” in Python keyword in the print statement of Python programming language is used in controlling the separator between multiple values. You can use the “sep” keyword to specify the desired separator for printing a list. Here is the example given of how you can do so:-

  My_list = [1, 2, 3, 4, 5]

# Using sep to print list elements with a comma separator

  Print(*my_list, sep=”, “)

In this above code the asterisk “*” is used for unpacking the list, while on the other hand, the “sep” parameter would specify the comma and space as the separator. The output would be 1,2,3,4,5. This particular approach would help you enhance the readability and conciseness during the time of displaying the lists or other elements that are iterable.

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