How to access variables in s string interpolation in Scala?

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Can anyone explain how to access variables using s string interpolation in Scala?
Jul 31, 2019 in Apache Spark by Pavitra
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Hey,

You can use below code to access variables using s string interpolation:

scala> val title = "Play"

title1: String = Play

scala> val title2 = "Scala"

title2: String = Scala

scala>val book1 = "Book($title1 2 for $title2)" 

book1: String = Book($title1 2 for $title2) 

  scala>val book2 = s"Book($title1 2 for $title2)"

 book2: String = Book(Play 2 for Scala)
answered Jul 31, 2019 by Gitika
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