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Django Templates: How to write a variable first, and if none available, then default to static text?

I have a variable:
letter=’abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz’

I also have a static text variable I want to append to this:
text= ‘xxx’

I am trying to write some dynamic logic using Jinja2:
{% if letter|length < 5 %}
text= letter
{% else %}
text='…'
{% endif %}

I get the error:
KeyError: 'length'

Is there a way to work around this?
I assume I need to conditionally write the letter variable first, but then I need to append the text variable in a different case, which doesn't seem like it should be so simple.

A:

{% if letter %}
text='x' + letter[5:] + 'x'
{% else %}
text='…'
{% endif %}

Or if letter is some constant:
{% if letter %}
text='x' + letter
{% else %}
text='…'
{% endif %}

A:

If I understand correctly you want something like this:
{% if letter|length < 5 %}
text=letter
{% else %}
text='…'
{% endif %}

You might want to use str.format instead of the string concatenation.

A:

1. Use variables
if letter|length < 5:
text = letter
else:
text = 'xyzzy'

2. Use empty filter
if letter|length < 5:
text = letter
else:

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