join() is an inbuilt function in julia which is used to join an array of strings into a single string. The specified delimiter is used to insert in between the returned strings.
join([io::IO, ] strings, delim, last)
- [io::IO, ] strings: Specified string.
- delim: Specified delimiter.
- last: If last is given than this last parameter is interted in between the last two strings.
Returns: It returns a new single string.
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