Separators in python

In Python, a separator is used to specify a character or a string that separates elements in a list. For example, you can use a separator to print a list of strings with a comma and a space between each element:

words = ['apple', 'banana', 'grape', 'mango']
print(', '.join(words))

The output of this code would be:

apple, banana, grape, mango

This would output:


You can also use a separator when formatting strings in Python using the format() method. For example:

sentence = '{}, {}, {} and {}'.format(*words)

This would output:

apple, banana, grape and mango

In this case, the comma and the space between each element are used as the separator.