Concatenation is a binary operation in which two strings are joined together, creating one larger string, one following the other. In Lua, the concatenation operator is written ...


Concatenation is associative, meaning that , where is the concatenation operator. However, it is not commutative, meaning that .


print("hello" .. " world" .. "!")

This will output hello world!.

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