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Python Python Basics (2015) Python Data Types String Formatting

subject= "Tree house loves {}".format("name") does anyone know why this won't work?!!

Subject= "Tree house loves {}".format("name")

name= 'Olivia'
subject= "Tree house loves {}".format("name")

1 Answer

Robert Ionut Muraru
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Robert Ionut Muraru
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Hello Olivia,


name= 'Olivia'
subject= "Tree house loves {}".format(name)

You are using "name" which makes the script see name as a string and not the variable you want to use.