Concatening string and integer

Anthony J Wilkinson anthony at dstc.edu.au
Fri Apr 28 10:56:53 CEST 2000


On Thu, 27 Apr 2000, Pete Shinners wrote:

> you can also use the back ticks as a shortcut for the str()
> builtin. you can do it like this;
> 
> strTemp = "I make a test number: " + `iMyNumber` + " once again"

Actually the back ticks appear to be a shortcut for repr() not str() 
which in the above case give the same result but won't for all objects,
for example:

>>> class aclass:
...     def __str__(self):
...         return 'spam'
...
>>> a = aclass()
>>> `a`
'<__main__.aclass instance at f93a8>'
>>> str(a)
'spam'
>>> repr(a)
'<__main__.aclass instance at f93a8>'

Cheers,
Anthony
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