i need help
tampucciolina at libero.it
Thu Feb 21 11:18:48 CET 2013
thanks, problem solved
Il 21/02/2013 10.13, Chris Angelico ha scritto:
> On Thu, Feb 21, 2013 at 8:09 PM, leonardo <tampucciolina at libero.it> wrote:
>> hi guys,
>> i just created this file:
>> print "i love pizza!"
>> print "pizza" * 20
>> print "yum" * 40
>> print "i'm full."
>> and saved it into a file with "idle-gui", if i try to run the program i get
>> an invalid syntax error, it displays a red sign on the quote mark at the
>> end of the first row of my program..
>> i checked but i didn't make mistaked..is idle a bit crazy??
> Are you using Python version 3? If so, you need to put parentheses
> around your print arguments, because print is a function:
> print("i love pizza!")
> print("pizza" * 20)
> print("yum" * 40)
> print("i'm full.")
> As an additional tip, I believe your keyboard has a couple of keys on
> it marked "Shift". Holding one down lets you produce capital letters,
> which make your emails significantly more readable. Get some practice
> with these keys, as you'll use them a lot in programming :)
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