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(set: $char to (datamap: "Cute", 4, "Wit", 7))(print: $char's Wit)$char's Wit
$character's name's brother's name is $character's brother's name
(print: $character's name)'s brother's name is (print: $character's brother's name)
as in Twine 1, one could mention <<$variable>>s in words quickly
Technically <<$variable>> was/is the short form of the <<display "passage_name">> macro and not the <<print>> macro, it just happened that if <<$variable>> failed to find the passage it was asked to display then it evaluated/printed out the value of whatever was passed to the macro.