Using Queue Time Variables in Python Script File Path : Azure Pipeline

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I can print Queue Time Variable
via inline script source
as for example

print("$(application)") 

But for file path, I have to pass $(application)
as argument and then parse argument inside script.

Is there any generic way to do that as my Queue Time Variables
are dynamic.

Any advice would be appreciated

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