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Python Python Collections (2016, retired 2019) Lists Creating lists

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what is the final output looks like?

what is the final output looks like?

name1 = "this is me"
name2 = "this is me too"
name4 = "3"
name3 = "1, 2," + name4
my_list = "{}, {},".format(name1, name2) + name3
Jason Mollerup
Jason Mollerup
2,683 Points

this is me, this is me too, 1, 2, 3

1 Answer

Hey {} is a placeholder for the format function. In this question, it is calling name1 and name2 into the formatting function and then adding the var name3 to the end. The result should be as follows:

this is me, this is me too. 1, 2, 3