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Python Python Basics (2015) Python for Beginners Call a function

Python Print Function

I have been asked to print a simple string using the print function but it's not going through when I try to submit.

function.py
greeting = "Hello, Treehouse"

print greeting

2 Answers

jonlunsford
jonlunsford
15,478 Points

In Python version 2.x you could call print this way, but in python 3.x print needs to be called using this format:

print(greeting)

Be sure to add the "( )".

upul jayalath
upul jayalath
1,294 Points

yes, it must be print(greeting)