Python | Avoid quotes when printing strings

Method # 1: Using join()
We can simplify this task by using the join method, in which we concatenate the strings in a list using a passed delimiter (in this case, a comma) and, therefore, we solve the problem.

# Python3 demo code
# avoid printing the last comma
# using join ()

  
# initializing list

test_list = [ `Geeks` , ` For` , `Geeks` ]

 
# print the original list

print ( " The original list is: " + str (test_list))

 
# using join ()
# avoid printing the last comma

print ( "The formatted output is:" )

print ( `,` .join (test_list))

Output:

 The original list is: [`Geeks`,` For`, `Geeks`] The formatted output is: Geeks, For, Geeks 

Method # 2: Using prin t () + sep
The print function can be used by passing in the required container containing the lines, in which case the * operator performs the task of concatenating each line. The separator used is determined by the keyword sep passed as the second argument in print.

# Python3 demo code
# avoid printing the last comma
# using print () + sep

 
# initializing list

test_list = [ `Geeks` , ` For` , `Geeks` ]

 
# print original list

print ( "The original list is:" + str (test_list))

 
# using print () + sep
# avoid printing the last comma

print ( "The formatted output is:" )

print ( * test_list, sep = `,` )

Output:

 The original list is : [`Geeks`,` For`, `Geeks`] The formatted output is: Geeks, For, Geeks