On Fri, Mar 1, 2013, at 11:55, 김용빈 wrote:
why we bother with '{variable}'.format(variable=variable) ?
can we just '{variable}.format()' ?
if variable is exist, then assign it.
if variable is not exist, then raise error
I am not language expert. so sorry if this is not a good idea, or already discussed.
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If you don't want to repeat a name multiple times, just use '{0}'.format(variable)
The format function doesn't (i think?) have a way to see your local variables to look up the name.