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How to use Python’s equivalent of Excel’s CONCATENATE Function

Documentation for concatenating two or more string columns, using Python, Pandas, and Jupyter notebook

If you’re an Excel user, you’re likely familiar with the process of joining several different string columns with either CONCATENATE or a simple series of “&” statements.

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