RAW_INPUT

A D gs2luv at line72.net
Mon Nov 7 19:14:15 CET 2005


On Mon, 2005-11-07 at 07:57 -0800, john boy wrote:
> I am having trouble with the following example used in a tutorial:
>  
> print "Halt !"
> s = raw_input ("Who Goes there? ")
> print "You may pass,", s

at this print line you need to do 
print "you may pass, %s" % s

this will allow you to enter the string s into the output sentence

>  
> I run this and get the following:
> Halt!
> Who Goes there?
>  
> --thats it....if I hit enter again "You may pass,"
> appears...
>  
> In the example after running you should get:
>  
> Halt!
> Who Goes there? Josh
> You may pass, Josh
>  
> I'm assuming s=Josh...but that is not included in the statement at all
> I don't know how you put "Josh" in or how you got it to finish running
> w/o hitting enter after "Who goes there?"
>  
> What am I doing wrong?
>  
> thanks,
> -xray-
> 
> 
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