Print multiple arguments in Python

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This is my code:

print("Total score for %s is %s  ", name, score)

 I want it to print out:

"Total score for (name) is (score)"

Where name is a variable in a list and score is an integer. Can someone help me with this?

Apr 25 in Python by Kichu
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