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Christopher Stewart1,971 Points
Syntax Error on Letter Game
File "letter_game.py", line 31 print(letter, end='') ^ SyntaxError: invalid syntax
I am copying the game from the video into Notepad++ and this is what I get when I try to run the program. The syntax error is pointing at the end=' '. Did I do something wrong?
Afrid Mondal6,255 Points
Hi Christopher, at the end of 'end' key word there must be single or double cote notation. So there will be either ..
print(letter, end=" ")
print(letter, end=' ')
[changed to answer by mod]
Vladislav Roscovan17,565 Points
Are you sure that you are using python 3.x? This syntax is not available in 2.x python because print is a statement.
Try this: print letter,
It will use space instead of new line ending.