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Python Flask Basics Templates and Static Files Templates & Static Files

"How would I print the variable name in a template. _____" I have no idea what to put for answer...

Every answer I put in is incorrect

1 Answer

Jennifer Nordell
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Jennifer Nordell
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Hi there, Chris Couch ! There may be a slight misinterpretation of the question going on here. It's asking how you would print out the variable name (note the different formatting on name). This means that it's asking you to print out the value of a variable whose name is name. For example: name = "Chris"

To do this using the template we would put them in double curly braces like so: {{ name }}. Hope this helps! :sparkles: