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So now you might ask, how do we print the value of a constant to the terminal? Oftentimes, we find ourselves needing to print constant values as part of a message in the terminal. In these cases, we can use string interpolation.

String interpolation can be used to construct a string from a mix of constants, variables, and others by including their values inside a string literal.

In Emojicode, to insert a value into a string using string interpolation, we can write the variable inside two `๐งฒ`s and it will print its value.

Suppose we have a constant named `height` with a value of `3000`, and we want to use string interpolation to print out a fun fact:

``````3000 โก๏ธ height

๐๐คAlex Honnold climbed El Capitan, which is ๐งฒheight๐งฒ feet, without a rope!๐คโ๏ธ``````

It will output:

``Alex Honnold climbed El Capitan, which is 3000 feet, without a rope!``

Magic!

### Instructions

1.

Output the constant `year` using `๐` `โ๏ธ` and string interpolation so that the terminal looks like:

``The current year is [year]``

Where `[year]` is the value of `year`.