In article <87d6xhaoif.fsf / jenny-gnome.dyndns.org>,
 Yohanes Santoso <ysantoso / jenny-gnome.dyndns.org> wrote:

> Brad Cox <bcox / virtualschool.edu> writes:
> 
> > poorly optimized. And python's support for string inclusions 
> > (#{whatever} in ruby) is so bizarre that teachers couldn't use it.
> 
> Sorry for my lack of knowledge in Python. How does Python achive the
> #{whatever}? Is the mechanism so bizarre?

It's not bizzare, but Python, to the best of my knowledge, just 
doesn'tdo this.  But Python has the """ token, so it's a fair trade.  :-)

Python does allow for something along the lines of:

print "%s, %s!" % ("hello", "world")