Asked By – pythonian29033
Is there an equivalent for PHP’s implode in Python? I’ve read in and split up a set of delimited words, and now I want to sort them out in random orders and print the words out with spaces in between.
implode — Join array elements with a string
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Use the strings join-method.
print(' '.join(['word1', 'word2', 'word3']))
You can join any iterable (not only the
list used here) and of course you can use any string (not only
' ') as the delimiter.
If you want a random order like you said in your question use shuffle.
In the comment there was the question why Python throws an error if you do
"glue".join(["startString", 123, "endString"]).
join operates on an iterable of strings. There is no implicit type conversion in Python.
But of course there is a solution. Just do the conversion yourself.
This question is answered By – Matthias
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