f-strings

F-strings (formatted string literals) allow us to easily format and interpolate variables or expressions directly within a string.

To create an f-string, you prefix the string with the letter f and enclose any variables you want to include within curly braces {}. Here's an example:

name = "Alice"
age = 15
message = f"My name is {name} and I am {age} years old."
print(message)  # Output: My name is Alice and I am 15 years old.

In this code, we define an f-string called message that includes the variables name and age within curly braces. The values of the variables are automatically formatted and interpolated into the string when it is printed.