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How to escape curly-brackets in Python f-strings?

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To escape curly braces {} in Python f-strings, you can double them up ({{ and }}).

For example we write

name = "John"
age = 30

# Using double curly braces to escape
message = f"{{Hello {name}!}} Your age is {{ {age} }}"


{Hello John!} Your age is { 30 }

In this example, the inner curly braces {} are escaped by doubling them up, so they are interpreted as literal curly braces in the f-string.

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