difference between raw_input() and input()
baaluaanand at gmail.com
Thu Aug 20 12:24:15 CEST 2009
I have used both raw_input() and input() for a same input value.
But these gives different output.
I have listed below what actually I have done
>>> a = raw_input("===>")
I have given the same value for the input() but it gives 19 as
>>> a = input("===>")
Is there anything hide within this. Please illustrate the difference
between raw_input() and input()
Thanks in advance
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