Method # 1: Using comprehension list + * operator
This task can be accomplished using list comprehension, first by combining words and then combining numbers and then splitting only the numbers when concatenating to form the resulting string.

Exit:
The original list: ['Geeks',' 5 ',' for ',' 9 ',' Geeks', '2', '5']
The joined adj acent word list (ignoring digits): ['GeeksforGeeks', '5', '9', '2', '5']
Method # 2: Using itertools.chain.from_iterable () + groupby () + join ()
This task can also be accomplished with the groupby function, which groups the numbers together, and then the from_iterables function
joins the list and characters together, joined by a join function.

Exit:
The original list: ['Geeks', '5' , 'for', 'Geeks',' 2 ',' 3 ']
The joined adjacent word list (ignoring digits): [' Geeks', '5', 'forGeeks',' 2 ',' 3 ']
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