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print uses the new syntax e.g. print("example") in 3.r
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From: Deborah Piotrowski <spiceninja4u at gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 15 Feb 2013 16:08:17
To: Bob Brusa<bob.brusa at gmail.com>
Cc: Joel Goldstick<joel.goldstick at gmail.com>; python-list at python.org<python-list at python.org>
Subject: Re: New User-Need-Help
print "Game Over"
input("\n\nPress the Enter Key to Exit")
Syntax Error: Invalid Syntax
On Fri, Feb 15, 2013 at 3:48 PM, Bob Brusa <bob.brusa at gmail.com> wrote:
> Am Freitag, 15. Februar 2013 schrieb Joel Goldstick :
>> On Fri, Feb 15, 2013 at 4:45 PM, Deborah Piotrowski <
>> spiceninja4u at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> I am very new to Python, I am using the e-book "Python Programming for
>>> the Absolute Beginner" and am starting with a simple "Game Over" Program.
>>> This is the code:which is extremely simple!
>>> print"Game Over" raw_input("\n\nPress Enter Key to exit")
>> welcome Nicholas
>> One important thing about python is indentation is important. You have
>> presented your code in a way that can't be. Can you actually copy your
>> program and paste it into an email message. Also, Windows, Linux, Mac?
>>> That's it. It is supposed to bring up a window that says "Game Over" and
>>> at the bottom say "Press enter Key to exit" and when you press the enter
>>> key it is supposed to exit(big suprise).
>>> But all it does is highlight "raw_input" and says "invalid syntax" Now,
>>> if I just put "print "Game Over"" then it says Game Over UNDERNEATH the
>>> code I just printed!
>>> now I am following the book to the *pixel* and that is not what is
>>> supposed to happen!
>>> Please email me back as soon as you get this...(if you are not to busy).
>> Joel Goldstick
> Could it be that you use a more recent version ( e. g. 3.3) of python? I
> found that raw_input is indeed no longer recognized. Use input instead and
> your code will work - at least it did so with python 3.3 on my iPad.
> Von Gmail Mobile gesendet
Nicholas J. Piotrowski
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