There are two string operators. The first is the concatenation operator (‘.‘), which returns the concatenation of its right and left arguments. The second is the concatenating assignment operator (‘.=‘), which appends the argument on the right side to the argument on the left side.
Input : string1: Hello string2 : World! Output : HelloWorld! Input : string1: geeksfor string2: geeks Output : geeksforgeeks
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