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concatenate -- join strings


concatenate(s,t,...,u) yields the concatenation of the strings s,t,...,u.

The arguments may also be lists or sequences of strings and symbols, in which case they are concatenated recursively. Additionally, an integer may be used to represent a number of spaces, and null will be represented by the empty string.
i1 : concatenate {"a",("s",3,"d",),"f"}

o1 = as   df

See also

Ways to use concatenate :

For the programmer

The object concatenate is a compiled function.