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Ernest Nežić
Ernest Nežić
1,839 Points

How to put numbers in strings in Ruby?

I'm writing a program and I need to put a number to the string(ex. a = 5). How do I do it? Please help! :D

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Ellis Briggs
Ellis Briggs
11,108 Points

Once you have 'a' you can use the syntax to include a variable which looks like contact_list = "Contacts: #{a}"