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f-Strings Conclusion—Go Forth and Format!

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This lesson concludes Python 3’s f-Strings: An Improved String Formatting Syntax. You’ll watch a review of everything you have learned in this course.

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JulianV on March 20, 2019

Great!

Bomes on March 23, 2019

Great tutorial! Thanks

Peter D K on March 26, 2019

f-Strings are somewhat smart! Thanks

davebmw325 on April 5, 2019

ExcellentTutorial. ShameThisCommentsBoxSpacebarDoesntWorkItJustSeemsToActAsThePauseButton.

Chris Bailey RP Team on April 9, 2019

Thanks davebmw325, I mentioned the issue of the spacebar not working to Dan. Were you using a mobile device (phone or tablet) at the time? I experienced the same thing when I tried to reply from my iPad.

Dan Bader RP Team on April 17, 2019

@davebmw325: Thanks for the heads up :) This was an issue with the comments field that affected Safari on iOS. I’m rolling out a fix now, so this should be resolved shortly.

rklyba on June 24, 2019

Thank you Chris for this course.

Mallesham Yamulla on Sept. 2, 2019

Many thanks for taking us though the concepts from Old String Formating to New F string formatting.. Highly recommended to the python folks…

teodorwisniewski on Oct. 20, 2019

Thanks you Chris, it is very useful and allowed me to understand some messy syntaxes used by some developers around strings.

Pygator on Dec. 24, 2019

Always informative and right to the point Chris!

km on Jan. 6, 2020

THanks a lot.

Phil M on Feb. 14, 2020

Excellent - thank you!

mikesult on Feb. 21, 2020

Thanks for reviewing the old style of formatting in addition to the f-string. I especially liked your discussion about the use of different type of quotes and triple quote usage.

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