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Python Python Basics Meet Python Syntax and Errors

uppercase P for Print

When i typed in Print("Hello, World!") it still gave me Hello, World! I did not receive an error reply. Does this mean that the videos can be outdated?

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In case you are here I found my error: you're supposed to save after almost everything you do.... all i knew was to save but not continuously. MAN DID THIS MESS ME UP

That makes sense! I'm glad you figured it out.

Me to !!!!!

Gideon De Villiers
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Gideon De Villiers
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My console also printed correctly after trying to force an error. It turns out I didn't save the file. After saving, voila the error was returned.

It shouldn't work and you should get an error. To be sure, I tried it myself and I did get an error. I don't know why you might've still gotten the correct output. Very strange.

It also executed it when I used ('Hello, World") [note: ' "] properly.... do you think it can be the browser I'm on? Are you on Google Chrome?

I've seen some people in the forums mention that their code, which was correct, kept returning errors until they restarted their browser. Maybe it's some glitch like that. I'm using Firefox, not Chrome. I wonder if anyone else might have some insight?

Thanks I'm going to try Firefox because this is annoying now lol :( . I corrected everything and now I'm getting a whole new error message.