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J. Peng jpeng at
Tue Jan 22 06:37:43 CET 2008

Gabriel Genellina 写道:
> En Tue, 22 Jan 2008 02:03:10 -0200, Paul Rubin  
> <""@NOSPAM.invalid> escribió:
>> "J. Peng" <jpeng at> writes:
>>>         print line,
>> Do you really want all the lines crunched together like that?  If not,
>> leave off the comma.
> Remember that Python *keeps* the end-of-line charater at the end of each  
> line; if you leave out the comma, you'll print them doubly spaced.

Most languages (AFAIK) keep the newline character at the end of lines 
when reading from a file.But python's difference is its 'print' built-in 
function add a newline automatically for you. So without that ',' we 
will get double newlines.

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