troubleshooting Question

Concatenate non-empty cells

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Ted PennerFlag for United States of America asked on
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This command should concatenate the cells and add a space before the next cell, but it should do this only if the cell is not empty, and this is where I am having trouble.
=CONCATENATE(AL4&", ",AM4&", ",AN4&", ",AO4)

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