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Using a Variable Inside the String


On Tuesday, May 7, 2019 at 1:20:49 AM UTC+5:30, MRAB wrote:
> On 2019-05-06 19:44, sveemani at gmail.com wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > 
> > I am new learner of python programming and I am into my basics.
> > I got  struck with the code in   a sample  program and refer the same with IDE and  googling which did not help me for more than a day.
> > 
> > What is  wrong with  my last 2  lines?
> > what I am missing?
> > 
> > ##################
> > my_name = 'Veera'
> > my_age = 40 #  Actually 42
> > my_height = 155 # Inches
> > my_weight = "80" # checking the double quotes
> > my_eyes = 'brown'
> > my_teeth = 'white'
> > my_hair =  'black'
> > 
> > print(f"Let's  talk  about  {my_name}.")
> > print(f"He's {my_height} inches  tall.")
> > print(f"He's {my_weight} weight heavy.")
> > print("Actually  thats  not too Heavy.")
> > 
> > print(f"He's  got {my_eyes} eyes and {my_hair}  hair.")
> > print(f"His  teeth are actually  {my_teeth} depending on the  coffee.")
> > 
> > 
> > ### this  line are where I Struck #####
> 
> 'my_age' and 'my_height' are numbers, but 'my_weight' is a string 
> (why?). You can't add a number and a string together.
> 
> > total =   my_age + my_height + my_weight
> > print(f"If I add {my_age}, {my_height}, and {my_weight} I get  {total} .")
> > 
> > ##########################
> >


Thanks . It worked  . 
Will  have to read more on strings to get the exact total value..