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So i have tried to find it out for myself and i hate to ask random dumb questions and i know how to do it in PHP but thats a different ballgame but how do you add extra alphanumeric characters to a variable? here is an example

$player (playername variable) if i do it like this $player's it wont matter it will show it as player's but what if i want to display it like players? how do you "break" it? cause if i type $players twine will start yelling at me that there is no such variable it's not a neccesaty but it is quite anoying cause i have no idea how to work around it
closed with the note: answer works for me thank you!

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Using the <<print>> macro there with the s after it would do the trick, like this:

<<print $player>>s


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