Merge elements in a sequence in Python

There are three types of sequences in Python:


Python lists are versatile and mutable data structures. They can be created with list() to make an empty list and don’t require uniform elements. Lists are also mutable, which means you can add, remove, or change items in a list after it is created. Lists support operations like append() for adding items, insert() for inserting at a specific index, and remove() for deleting items.

Merging lists:


A series of immutable Python objects is known as a tuple. The only difference between tuples and lists is that once declared, tuples cannot be modified i.e., they are immutable. Typically, tuples are quicker than lists.

Merging tuples:


A string is a group of characters that may include letters, numbers, and special characters in any combination. In Python, it can be stated using single, double, or even triple quotations. Strings cannot be changed since they are immutable. Indexing or slicing techniques can be used to access each element of the string.

Merging strings: