The Concat action concatenates any number of string literals provided as arguments. The action accepts any number of arguments separated by a comma. An argument can be either a string literal (i.e., "my string literal") or an array of string literals (i.e., ["my literal 1", "my literal 2"]).

If all of the arguments are strings, the Concat action returns a string. If any of the arguments is an array ([...]), the Concat action returns a string separated by the end of line symbol (/n).

  str | [str] {, str | [str]}


{{set(name="string_123", value=Concat("1", "2", "3"))}}

{{set(name="string_hamlet", value=Concat("to be", " ", ["or", "not to be"]))}}
to be
not to be