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when I type 2 lines of code i don't get any syntax errors but its only printing out the first line. Any advise as to why
print"(Hello Dustin") print"(Dustin is learning python today")
Only the first line ever prints
Balazs Peak46,090 Points
You have made a typo. The first doublequote is before the first parenthesy in your code, which shouldn't be the case. The parentheses should enclose the string value, which is noted with the sorrounding doublequotes.
print ("Hello, world!") print ("Hello, world!")
There is one weird thing with the result you've got as well, though. I think you shouldn't get "print only once" result, I think you should have gotten a syntax error. Anyway, I think the mistake is addressed. Happy coding!
sarvienn thevendran734 Points
mate the " should not be before the parentheses.. it as to be : print("whatever u wanna print") i believe this was a careless error because u seem to have gotten it on the second one