You can join two lists in Python with different methods. We will discuss two easy methods to join lists. If you want to learn Python then I will highly recommend you to read This Book.
Method 1: Join two lists with Extend Method
Extend Method is used to join two lists in Python. In the given example, ‘a’ and ‘b’ are two variables in which lists are store. The following code will extend the ‘list a’ and the elements of ‘b’ will be added in ‘list a’.
a = [1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10] b = [11,12,13] a.extend(b) print(a)
Method 2: Join two lists with Addition Simply
In this method, simply add two lists with add symbol. I will join two lists and save it in new variable ‘c’.
a = [1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10] b = [11,12,13] c = a+b print(c)
Join Multiple Lists
You can also join multiple lists and also combine strings and integers in one list. The following example will join multiple lists and also combine strings and integers.
a = [10,9,7,5,2,3,21] b = [31,42,45] c = ["AiHints",'Artificial Intelligence'] d = [1.23, 49.3, 56.2, 70, 'AI'] e = a+b+c+d print(e)