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Python print() Function

❮ Built-in Functions


Example

Print a message onto the screen:

 print("Hello World")
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Definition and Usage

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)

Parameter Values

Parameter Description
object(s) Any object, and as many as you like. Will be converted to string before printed
sep='separator' Optional. Specify how to separate the objects, if there is more than one. Default is ' '
end='end' Optional. Specify what to print at the end. Default is '\n' (line feed)
file Optional. An object with a write method. Default is sys.stdout
flush Optional. A Boolean, specifying if the output is flushed (True) or buffered (False). Default is False

More Examples

Example

Print more than one object:

print("Hello", "how are you?")
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Example

Print a tuple:

x = ("apple", "banana", "cherry")
print(x)
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Example

Print two messages, and specify the separator:

print("Hello", "how are you?", sep="---")
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❮ Built-in Functions