Fix Python – How to postpone/defer the evaluation of f-strings?

I am using template strings to generate some files and I love the conciseness of the new f-strings for this purpose, for reducing my previous template code from something like this:
template_a = “The current name is {name}”
names = [“foo”, “bar”]
for name in names:
print (template_a.format(**locals()))

Now I can do this, directly replacing va….

Fix Python – Multiline f-string in Python

I’m trying to write PEP-8 compliant code for a domestic project and I have a line with an f-string that is more than 80 characters long
– the solid thin line near the dot at self.text is the 80 char mark.
I’m trying to split it into different lines in the most pythonic way but the only aswer that actually works is an error for my linter
Working C….

Fix Python – How to use newline ‘\n’ in f-string to format output in Python 3.6?

I would like to know how to format this case in a Pythonic way with f-strings:
names = [‘Adam’, ‘Bob’, ‘Cyril’]
text = f”Winners are:\n{‘\n’.join(names)}”
print(text)

The problem is that ‘\’ cannot be used inside the {…} expression portions of an f-string.
Expected output:
Winners are:
Adam
Bob
Cyril

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Fix Python – String formatting: % vs. .format vs. f-string literal

There are various string formatting methods:

Python <2.6: "Hello %s" % name Python 2.6+: "Hello {}".format(name)   (uses str.format) Python 3.6+: f"{name}"   (uses f-strings) Which is better, and for what situations? The following methods have the same outcome, so what is the difference? name = "Alice" "Hello %s" % name "Hello {0}".format(nam....