String repetition and concatenation
You might be used to the fact that you can only multiply numbers, but in python you can also "multiply" a string by a number. It is called repetition. In this example we have a string "Jar " that we repeat twice.
We can also add two strings to concatenate them together.
I don't think the repetition operator is used very often, but in one case it could come in very handy. When you are writing some text report and you'd like to add a long line of dashes that would be exactly the same length as your title.
name = 2 * 'Jar ' print(name) # Jar Jar full_name = name + 'Binks' print(full_name) # Jar Jar Binks title = "We have some title" print(title) print('-' * len(title)) # We have some title # ------------------