Answer in Python for justhin #249656
I think it’s already a given that two sentences combined will always be longer than a single sentence alone, but to prove just how long two sentences can be, why don’t we let our program show the combined length of the two randomly inputted strings?
Let’s get it on!
Two lines containing a string on each.
s1 = input("Input the first string: ") s2 = input("Input the second string: ") ans = s1 + ' ' + s2 print("Combined string:") print(ans) print("Combined string length:", len(ans)) Example: Input the first string: Python·is·fun Input the second string: I·love·CodeChum Combined string: Python·is·fun I·love·CodeChum Combined string length: 29