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Python Functions, Packing, and Unpacking Getting Info In and Out of Functions Arguments and Parameters

When I enter this code in Terminal, it outputs 5 and 7 on separate lines.

I'm really confused by what appears to be a really basic concept. When I entered this code as is in the Python shell in my Terminal, I got 5 and 7 printed on separate lines. I don't get it, can someone please clarify what's happening in this video?

Jonathan Fernandes
Jonathan Fernandes
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Do you mind posting your code?

Without seeing the code, my initial thoughts would be to ask if you are using two print statements? Usually, when using the print method, it will add a newline to the end, so printing two separate statements would produce them on two separate lines.

If that isn't it, post your code so I can see!