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Python Python Collections (2016, retired 2019) Dungeon Game Line endings

Akshaan Mazumdar
Akshaan Mazumdar
3,787 Points

Didnt get the right output

what is the right solution for this

TILES = ('-', ' ', '-', ' ', '-', '||',
         '_', '|', '_', '|', '_', '|', '||',
         '&', ' ', '_', ' ', '||',
         ' ', ' ', ' ', '^', ' ', '||'
for X in TILES:
    if X != "||":

1 Answer

It looks like you're overthinking this one. print() will give a new line as-is, unless you specify otherwise. You only want a new line after a ||, so you'll want to just use print(), without anything in it. In the second part, you'll need to specify a different 'end'--an empty string.

for tile in TILES:
    if tile == '||':
        print(tile, end="")
Akshaan Mazumdar
Akshaan Mazumdar
3,787 Points

It worked. Thanks Caitlin!

I wanted to learn how do we print output on the same line. Also, is using end some kind of convention?