FAQ: Learn Python: Syntax - Review

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3 posts were split to a new topic: What is a solution example for the review?

Hi I would like to add a variable inside a string as below:

my_age = 40
greeting = "Hi "
name = "Jack "
age = ", I am "*my_age*" years old!"
greeting_with_name = greeting + name + age
print(greeting_with_name)

I would like to add the my_age variable in the middle of the string for the age variable. But this code comes up with an error.

Thanks for any help

It’s concatenation so you should use the ‘+’ sign!