Tue, 8 Feb 94 14:09:13 PST
> From nic.near.net!ctron.com!express.ctron.com!rydeen Tue Feb 8 12:37:28 1994
> Date: Tue, 8 Feb 94 13:39:53 EST
> From: "Michael J. Rydeen" <email@example.com>
> It depends upon what you are trying to accoplish.
> 1. you can either use a '+' concatinate (sp) which will directly add whatever you want to the end of the word.
> (assume name is a string pointer to Lance)
> ie) print 'Hello world:' + name
> will print : Hello world:Lance
> or print 'Hello world: ' = name
> will print : Hello world: Lance
What I want to do is this...
a = '1'
b = '2'
and have it come out as:
1 , 2
as it does now...
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