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Re: concatenate two string


From: Emmanuel Coquery
Subject: Re: concatenate two string
Date: Thu, 28 Mar 2002 09:29:09 +0100

Le Mercredi 27 Mars 2002 12:22, Gurvan Le Guernic a 챕crit :
>     Hi,
> I am looking for a way to concatenate 2 string; but I can't find how.
> For example, I have : X='Hello, '
>                                           Y = 'world'
> I would like to have : Z = 'Hello, world'
> How can I do?
>     Gurvan
>
>
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If you want to concatenate atoms like X='Hello, ' and Y='world'
use
atom_concat(X,Y,Z)

If it's strings (with double quotes " instead of ') like X="Hello, " and 
Y="world"
use 
append(X,Y,Z)
since string are lists of integers

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