How to create a page title using multiple template variables

Dear community members,
I'm facing a technical issue which i can't overcome by myself even though I spent some time on it now.

I created a template for some page type. This template request user to specify/choose three variables (let's call them variable1, variable2 and variable3). Once they are specified the page is created. I would like the name of the page to be "Variable1 - variable2 - variable3".

The closest hint on how to do that i found here: https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Confluence-questions/Is-it-possible-de-prefill-a-page-title-based-on-a-template/qaq-p/203821\\
But gives a solution only one variable is used. How to expand it to three variables?

Let say we have a variable in template called "variable2" being a string.
and in user macro we defined a @param pageName:type=string.

How in macro to assign the value of "variable2" to $parampageName in user macro?

Thanks for your support,
Marcin

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