What is the use of the "join" method in a Python string?

The **join** method in a Python string is used to concatenate a list of strings into a single string, using the string on which the method is called as a separator between the elements of the list.

Here's an example:

fruits = ["apple", "banana", "cherry", "date"]
text = ", ".join(fruits)
# Output: "apple, banana, cherry, date"

You can use the **join** method to concatenate any iterable of strings, not just lists. The separator string can be any string value, not just a comma.

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