How to use print function in Python


How to use print function in Python

How to use print function in Python The print() function prints the specified message to the screen, or other standard output device. The message can be a string, or any other object, the object will be converted into a string before written to the screen.


Syntax:-

print(object(s), separator=separator, end=end, file=file, flush=flush)

Examples how to use print function in python

  1. print(“hello world”)
  2. print(“line A nline B”)
  3. print(“line an line bn line c”)
  4. print(‘line “a” n line “b”‘)
  5. print(“/\ /\\ //\ “)
  6. name,age=input(“enter value a and b:”).split(“,”)
    name=int(name)
    age=int(age)
    print(age+name)
  7. print(2**3)
  8. def varar(d):
    print(d)
    no=5

OUTPUT

“C:UsersuserPython EXhelloworldvenvScriptspython.exe” “C:/Users/user/Python EX/helloworld/printFunction.py” hello world
……………….
line A line B
…… …………………line a line b line c
…………………….line “a” line “b”
……………………. / /\ //
…………………………enter value a and b:4,5 9 8 5 Process finished with exit code 0

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