no at none.invalid no at none.invalid
Sun Jul 22 13:19:40 EDT 2018

On Sun, 22 Jul 2018 11:51:51 +0200, Chris Warrick <kwpolska at>

>On Sat, 21 Jul 2018 at 05:17, <no at none.invalid> wrote:
>> Win7
>> I was watching some tutorial videos on Python that recommended I use
>> PyCharm and it worked pretty well until I tried to use input.
>> I found this:
>> It says..........
>> Pavel Karateev   commented 10 Jan 2018 11:57
>> Hi Calvin Broadus! I am sorry for the inconvenience, this is the
>> problem on PyCharm side, the fix is in progress, should be included in
>> the next minor update 2017.3.3, release candidate build is planned on
>> this week.
>> Since I just installed the program yesterday, I assume that the fix
>> has not been implemented yet.
>> Most of my practice programs I always just enter a set value for
>> inputs instead of taking inputs from the keyboard, but I would like to
>> pause so find out why my program is broken.
>> Is there another way to insert a pause that will work with PyCharm?
>> --
>How does it fail? What PyCharm version are you on?

I have learned that it is not failing, but it doesn't do what I

When I run a program that has an input statement, the cursor doesn't
move from the edit code to the place in Pycharm where the input
statement is.  I have to click my mouse on the end of the input line
before entering a value.  If I just start typing, the text is inserted
in the code and not in the running part of the program.

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