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Here, we are going to learn how to print double quotes with the string variable in python programming language?
Submitted by IncludeHelp, on November 28, 2018

Problem statement: Given a string variable and we have to print the string using variable with the double quotes.

Solution:

By using some of the methods and escape sequence (double quotes escape sequence \") that can be added with the variable while printing the value of the variable.

The methods/ways to print the double quotes with the string variable are used in the given program, consider the program and see the output...

#declare a string
str1 = "Hello world";

#printing string with the double quotes
print("\"%s\"" % str1)
print('"%s"' % str1)
print('"{}"'.format(str1))

Output

"Hello world"
"Hello world"
"Hello world" 

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