Remove Brackets And Commas From List In Python
in this tutorial I will show you how to remove brackets and commas from list in python, when we print a list in python it prints it with bracket and commas below is a example.
numbers = ["one","two","three"] print(numbers) # Output ["one","two","three"] # Output we want without brackets and commas one two three
First output is the normal output which python prints and second output is the one which I will show you how to get in this tutorial so follow till the end.
Python Code To Remove Brackets And Commas From List
fruits_list = ["Apple","Banana","Papaya","Grapes"] new_fruits_list = ' '.join(fruits_list) print(new_fruits_list)
Above is the program for removing brackets and commas from list, in the code we convert the list to a single string which is done using the join() method/
After running this program you will see that it printed the list without brackets and commas below is an example output of the above program.
Apple Banana Papaya Grapes
As you can see we successfully created this program in python, I hope you found this tutorial helpful and useful, do share this tutorial with your friends who might need this program.
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