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Python, can I concatenate a string and an int?

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I started learning Python. I created this simple code which involves concatenating a string and an integer. I just found out that Python doesn't like that. Here is the code I'm typing. Python gave me an error message because of line 4.
     character_name = "John"
     character_age = 35
     print("There was a man named " + character_name + ".")
     print("He was " + character_age + " years old")
     character_name = "Mike"
     print("There was someone else named " + character_name + ".")
     print("But he didn't like being 35")
How do I concatenate a string an in int

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