This output function, used to generate an output at the console.
1) This input function is used to read a line of input entered by the user at the console and returns it as a string.
print(value, ..., sep = ' ', end = '\n' , file = sys.stdout, flush = False)
This is a single object value passed to the print() function, which will be printed.
The three dots ... signifies that we can even pass multiple objects(separated by commas) to the print() function.
This is a separator used to separate the objects passed to the print() function. Default value of sep is ' ' i.e. a space.
The value of end parameteris printed at the last i.e. after all the objects passed to print() function, are printed. Default value of end is '\n' i.e. a newline character.
If the value of file is specified then the print() function can be used to print the objects in the file, otherwise, by default sys.stdout prints the objects on the console.
The flush can only be given a bool value. By default, the value of flush is False, if True the output stream is flushed.
# Python - The print() function i = 10 f = 10.8 d = 19.7907 str1 = 'Hello' # Passing a single object to be printed to the print() function print('Hello World!') # Passing multiple objects to be printed to the print() function print(i, f, d, str1) # Passing multiple objects to be printed to the print() function # And, also passing it arguments to alter with its default behaviour print(i, f, d, str1, sep='|', end='End')
Hello World! 10 10.8 19.7907 Hello 10|10.8|19.7907|HelloEnd
# Python - The print() function i = 10 f = 10.8 d = 19.7907 str1 = 'Hello' # Opening the file using open() method of file object file1 = open('File1.txt','w') # Calling the print() function with file object # To make it write to the file and not the default sys.stdout i.e. console print(i, f, d, str1, file=file1, flush=True) # Closing the file after writing data to it. file1.close()
10 10.8 19.7907 Hello
# Python - The raw_input() function # Calling the input() function by passing a string to it, as a prompt to the user str1 = input('What is your favorite season? : ' ) print('Your answer is : ', str1) # Calling the input() function by not passing anything as a prompt to the user # i.e. A blank prompt str2 = input() print(str2)
What is your favorite season? : Autumn Your answer is : Autumn Never give up! Never give up!
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