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String Simple Conversion:
 ``` # The simple conversion, with only a conversion type, is really easy to use: print 'Price of eggs: \$%d' % 42 print 'Hexadecimal price of eggs: %x' % 42 from math import pi print 'Pi: %f...' % pi print 'Very inexact estimate of pi: %i' % pi print 'Using str: %s' % 42L print 'Using repr: %r' % 42L                    ```
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