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[Solved] SyntaxError with f-strings - Why is Python complaining about my code?

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I'm trying to use an f-string in my Python script, and I'm getting a "SyntaxError: invalid syntax." What's going on? My code looks fine.

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The "SyntaxError: invalid syntax" you're encountering with f-strings might be due to using Python 2, where f-strings are not supported. Ensure you're running Python 3.6 or newer. If you're stuck with Python 2, consider using traditional string formatting methods like format().

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