Python error "SyntaxError: invalid syntax"

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I have a very simple python snippet:

from random import *

ip1 = input('Enter the N1 :')
ip2 = input('Enter the N2 :')

r = randint({0},{1}.format(ip1,ip2))

print r

But I get the following error:

File "index.py", line 6
    r = randint({0},{1}.format(i1,i2))
                  ^
SyntaxError: invalid syntax
Jul 5, 2019 in Python by Ruth
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