\t not working

Brian Blais bblais at bryant.edu
Wed May 17 18:40:31 CEST 2006

Alex Pavluck wrote:
> I am just learning Python and I am using the book, "Thinking like a
> Computer Scientist".  There is an exercise that I am not able to get
> working and it is really easy so I thought I would ask for help here.
> Q: As an exercise, write a single string that:
>     Procuces
>                    this
>                            output.
> A? 
> print "produces",'\n',"\t","this","\n","\t","output."

You could use:

print "produces \n\t this \n\t\t output"



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