concatinating strings to int... or something :)

WIdgeteye None at none.none
Sun Jul 25 15:27:56 CEST 2004


(Simple test code below)

What I am trying to do is print;

you win $50 

what I am getting is;

you win $ 50    with the space between the $ and 50.

I tried; print arf + barf
but it tells me you can't concat strings to numbers.
I have read the tutorial (and probably missed the answer)
could someone please tell me how to get rid of that
infernal space?

Thanks.





mon = int(raw_input("get number"))

barf = 2 * mon

arf = "you win $"

print arf, barf





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