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Ins & Outs - how do you create a variable by putting two variables in a sentence

how do you create a variable by putting two variables in a sentence

name.py
name=("Whats your name")
treehouse="Tree" + "house"
email_greeting="treehouse loves name"
variableX = 'hello {}, i am a {} student'.format(name,treehouse)
# use the .format() function to place variables in a sentence

1 Answer

Kenneth Love
STAFF
Kenneth Love
Treehouse Guest Teacher

Look at how you created the treehouse variable. Couldn't you do that with treehouse and name to make the sentence you want?