On 3/19/2017 5:56 PM, Wolfgang Schuster wrote:

Otared Kavian <mailto:ota...@gmail.com>
19. März 2017 um 17:46via Postbox
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Hi Aditya,

Thanks, as Thomas, Pablo and you mentioned the right way is to use
context() instead of tex.print()
Actually I just saw that one can also concatenate with context() as in:

context("(" .. vecteurX[i] .. ", " .. vecteurY[i] .. ")\\par")

which is equivalent to
tex.print("(" .. vecteurX[i] .. ", " .. vecteurY[i] .. ")\\par")
You can use the string.formatters function for this.

\starttext

\startluacode

local string_a = "12"
local string_b = "23"

context(string.formatters["(%s,%s)"](string_a,string_b))

\stopluacode

\stoptext

\starttext

\startluacode

local string_a = "12"
local string_b = "23"

context("(%s,%s)",string_a,string_b)

context.formatted.bold("(%s,%s)",string_a,string_b)

\stopluacode

\stoptext


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