The Excel CONCAT function concatenates (joins) values supplied as references or constants. Unlike the CONCATENATE function (which CONCAT replaces), CONCAT allows you to supply a range of cells to join, in addition to individual cell references.
Join text values without delimiter
Result of concatenated text
=CONCAT (text1, [text2], ...)
text1 - First text value, cell reference, or range.
text2 - [optional] Second text value, cell reference, or range.
CONCAT is a new function in Excel 2016.
CONCAT can accept ranges in addition to individual cells
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