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Python Python Basics (2015) Python Data Types String Formatting

I didn't understand why isn't working.

I tested the code on python shell and it worked fine:

name = "FABIO sabino"
subject = "Treehouses loves {}".format(name)
'Treehouses loves FABIO sabino'

Could you help me to understand ?

Thanks in advance, Fábio Sabino

name = "Fabio Sabino"
subject = "Treehouses loves {}".format(name)

2 Answers

Antonio De Rose
Antonio De Rose
20,882 Points

should work, as it is the right answer, and it did work for me, when I pasted your code.

Thanks, Antonio!

I 've only to refresh my workspace and works fine

BR, Sabino