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This post goes in depth into how to concatenate lists of different types. The first section discusses the difference between list and str objects, while the second section talks about how to concatenate lists of similar types. In the first section, we discuss how to concatenate lists of different types. The example below illustrates this discussion: >> nums = [{‘a’: ‘foo’, ‘b’: [‘bar’]}, {‘c’: 23}] >> str_nums = [“str”, “num”] >> print(‘\033[0;32m’.join([“”.join(“” + s for s in “, “.split()) for a in ranges(len(nums))]) \033[0;34m’).strip() .

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So while list and str are not compatible in the sense that they can’t be concatenated together to form a new list, you can still iterate over them with a for loop as demonstrated below: >> sum([num.get(‘a’, “”) + num.get(‘b’) or “” for n in nums]) [“foo”, “bar” ,”str”, 23] >> print(” “.join([“”.join(” “+ s+ “\033[0;32m”.split()) for s in “, “.split()]”)).

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