#comments

Dan Perl dperl at rogers.com
Tue Sep 14 03:30:47 CEST 2004


You're missing a comma between the arguments in "print".  Here is how it 
should be:
  data=raw_input("Type something  ") # spaces after "something"
  myInput=data
  print "You typed ", myInput  # and again
  print "The fourth character is ", myInput[3]  # and again


"Ken Parkes" <cbuffer at NOSPAMrosecott.ukfsn.org> wrote in message 
news:pan.2004.09.13.21.27.31.291385 at NOSPAMrosecott.ukfsn.org...
> Hi,
> New to this game.  Have tried the following.
>
>  data=raw_input("Type something  ") # spaces after "something"
>  myInput=data
>  print "You typed " myInput  # and again
>  print "The fourth character is "myInput[3]  # and again
>
> When I run it in the shell I get error warnings for the second comment
> ( actually pointing to the t of myInput )  If I remove the comment I get
> one for the third comment.  What is wrong please?
>
> Ken.
> 





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