Don't know what the term is called (substitution?), but in python if you type
num1 = 4
num2 = 2
print("Lucky numbers: %d %d" %(num1, num2))
You get "Lucky numbers: 4 2"
How do I do this in ruby?
Trying to do the above scenario, it works if I have one variable, but if I need to sub in multiple variables the parentheses aren't valid syntax.