[Python-ideas] Combine f-strings with i18n

Niki Spahiev niki.spahiev at gmail.com
Mon Sep 17 03:53:08 EDT 2018

On 14.09.2018 12:33, Chris Angelico wrote:
> On Fri, Sep 14, 2018 at 7:02 PM, Hans Polak <hpolak at polak.es> wrote:
>> I have recently updated my code to use the more pythonic f-string instead of
>> '{}'.format()
> Well there's your problem right there. Don't change your string
> formatting choice on that basis. F-strings aren't "more Pythonic" than
> either .format() or percent-formatting; all three of them are
> supported for good reasons.
> For i18n, I think .format() is probably your best bet. Trying to mess
> with f-strings to give them methods is a path of great hairiness, as
> they are not actually objects (they're expressions).

Is it possible to use f-strings when making multilingual software?
When i write non-hobby software translation is hard requirement.


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