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# Let's create a madlib
year = 2016
event = 'a party with Barrack Obama'
adverb = 'hella'
adjective = 'amazing'
# No, that's not a typo.
# Add 'f' before your strings to make them into f-strings
print(f'It was back in {year} when we had {event}. It was {adverb} {adjective}.')
# => It was back in 2016 when we had a party with Barrack Obama. It was hella amazing.
# For users of Python versions older than 3.6
# Use string formatting
print('It was back in {} when we had {}. It was {} {}.'.format(year, event, adverb, adjective))
# => It was back in 2016 when we had a party with Barrack Obama. It was hella amazing.
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