Unpacking iterables into iterables PREMIUM

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Let's talk about merging together different iterables into a new list.

Concatenating iterables using the + operator

If you have a couple of lists in Python, you can use the + operator to concatenate those lists (to make a new list that has all the values in the first and the second list).

Here we're concatenating two lists called numbers and more_numbers into a new list:


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