[issue10304] error in tutorial triple-string example

Terry J. Reedy report at bugs.python.org
Fri Nov 5 23:28:57 CET 2010


Terry J. Reedy <tjreedy at udel.edu> added the comment:

1. Rather than add a blank line to the output, the input should have the newline suppressed with \ (which has been done in previous examples).
  print("""\

2. It is rather difficult to see that there is no blank at the end (highlight with mouse). I can imagine that either the formatter or display system might delete even if in the master .rst file. In interactive use, the interpreter will go to a new line anyway before printing the >>> prompt.

The intent and effect of end=' ' is that the outputs are all on one line (as with 2.x print) instead of each on a separate line

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nosy: +terry.reedy
stage:  -> needs patch

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