Method # 1: Using the cat () function
We can also use different delimiters when connecting. eg -, _, ”” etc.
Method # 2: Using a lambda function strong>
This method generalizes an arbitrary number of string columns, replacing df [[& # 39; First & # 39 ;, & # 39; Last & # 39;]] with any portion of your data frame column, for example df.iloc [:, 0: 2] .apply (lambda x: & # 39; & # 39; .join (x), axis = 1).
Method # 3 : Using the + operator
We need to convert the dataframe elements to a string before concatenating. We can also use different delimiters during the concatenation, for example -, _, & # 39; & # 39; etc.
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