In ArcGIS Pro, it is possible to concatenate fields in a table, and display the field attributes in a new field using the Field Calculator. Concatenating fields may be necessary to merge or summarize two or more attributes into one field.
The instructions provided below describe how to concatenate two or more fields in a table, and display the combined field attributes in a new field using ArcGIS Pro. In this example, the street, city, and state fields are concatenated to display full addresses.
Note: It is possible to use an existing field, but the output of this process overwrites the existing data in the field.
Note: To concatenate string fields, select the text data type. Select either a short or long integer data type for number fields. For more information on the field data types, refer to the following documentation: ArcGIS field data types.
Code: !Field Name! + " " + !Field Name! + " " + !Field Name!
Note: The double quotation marks (" ") with a space in between them add a space between the values that are being concatenated. If necessary, remove (" ") to eliminate the space between the field names.
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