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How to use string format with variables in Python

4 Answers

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name = "dan"
salary = 12000

s = "The programmer {name} earn ${salary}".format(name=name, salary=salary)

print(s)


'''
run:

The programmer dan earn $12000

'''

 




answered Nov 10 by avibootz
0 votes
name = "dan"
salary = 12000

s = "The programmer {} earn ${}".format(name, salary)

print(s)


'''
run:

The programmer dan earn $12000

'''

 




answered Nov 10 by avibootz
0 votes
name = "dan"
salary = 12000

s = "The programmer {name} earn ${salary:,}".format(name=name, salary=salary)

print(s)


'''
run:

The programmer dan earn $12,000

'''

 




answered Nov 10 by avibootz
0 votes
from string import Template

name = "dan"
salary = 12000

s = 'The programmer $name earn $salary'
s = Template(s).substitute(name=name, salary=salary)

print(s)


'''
run:

The programmer dan earn 12000

'''

 




answered Nov 10 by avibootz
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