How can I print variable and string on same line in Python?

I am using python to work out how many children would be born in 5 years if a child was born every 7 seconds. The problem is on my last line. How do I get a variable to work when I'm printing text either side of it?

Here is my code:

    currentPop = 312032486
    oneYear = 365
    hours = 24
    minutes = 60
    seconds = 60

    # seconds in a single day
    secondsInDay = hours * minutes * seconds

    # seconds in a year
    secondsInYear = secondsInDay * oneYear

    fiveYears = secondsInYear * 5

    #Seconds in 5 years
    print fiveYears

    # fiveYears in seconds, divided by 7 seconds
    births = fiveYears // 7

    print "If there was a birth every 7 seconds, there would be: " births "births"

Use , to separate strings and variables while printing:

    print "If there was a birth every 7 seconds, there would be: ",births,"births"

, in print statement separtes the items by a single space:

    >>> print "foo","bar","spam"
    foo bar spam

or better use string formatting:

    print "If there was a birth every 7 seconds, there would be: {} births".format(births)

String formatting is much more powerful and allows you to do some other things as well, like : padding, fill, alignment,width, set precision etc

    >>> print "{:d} {:03d} {:>20f}".format(1,2,1.1)
    1 002             1.100000
      ^^^
      0's padded to 2

Demo:

    >>> births = 4
    >>> print "If there was a birth every 7 seconds, there would be: ",births,"births"
    If there was a birth every 7 seconds, there would be:  4 births

    #formatting
    >>> print "If there was a birth every 7 seconds, there would be: {} births".format(births)
    If there was a birth every 7 seconds, there would be: 4 births

From: stackoverflow.com/q/17153779