Good job! Alternatively, you can use
print() with commas instead of pluses to avoid converting numbers with the
future_age = 30
print('Tomorrow, I will be',future_age,'!')
When you use commas in
print(), Python will automatically add a space between each element. This is usually very convenient, but can sometimes produce unwanted results. For instance, the code above will show:
Tomorrow, I will be 30 !
Note that there is a space between the number 30 and the exclamation mark, which is incorrect according to punctuation rules. In such cases, use the plus operator to gain more fine-grain control over your output.