python how to make integer show 2 numbers 1

python how to make integer show 2 numbers

print("{:0*number of characters here*d}".format(my_integer))

# Example with two characters, one of which is a leading zero
print("{:02d}".format(2))

Here is what the above code is Doing:
1. The first line is a string with a placeholder for an integer.
2. The second line is an integer.
3. The third line is a print statement that prints the string from line 1,
and replaces the placeholder with the integer from line 2.
4. The fourth line is a print statement that prints the string from line 1,
and replaces the placeholder with the integer from line 2, but adds a
leading zero to the integer.

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