I've done a bit of searching but didn't come up with anything.
Is there a way to use multiple placeholders and then use a list with as it assignment. i.e.
l = [1,2,3] l2 =['blah',50] print('%i isnt %i isnt %i which isnt %i' %(l[:],l2))
So if the first list has 3 values it would assign the first 3 place holders and then the 2nd list assigns the last place holder.
Sure I can just write
But I figured there has to be an easier way, since my list is more than just 3 #'s.
Thanks for any help.