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

Muhammad Haseeb Alam
Muhammad Haseeb Alam
5,930 Points

My print with end not working

End parameter problem

TILES = ('-', ' ', '-', ' ', '-', '||',
         '_', '|', '_', '|', '_', '|', '||',
         '&', ' ', '_', ' ', '||',
         ' ', ' ', ' ', '^', ' ', '||'

for x in TILES:
    if x != "||":
        print(x, end="")
        print "\n"

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
216,148 Points

Since "print" is a function, it should be followed by parentheses. And be aware that if you don't specify an end, "print" will add a newline.

So if you write: print("\n") — you will get two newlines.