[Tutor] 'elp!!!!!!!1Totally Clueless Newbie In Distress
miago.python at gmail.com
Sat Jan 20 15:39:38 CET 2007
"input('Something') displays the prompt 'Something' and then waits for
input up to a new line. When you enter the input it will execute the
next statement which may be another input()."
It should be so,man,I believe you.But believe me when I say that THIS DAMN
INTERPRETER DOES NOT ACT ACCORDINGLY!!!Sorry for the emotive caps,it's just
frustration biting my ancles...Maybe it's a SPE problem??
2007/1/20, Kent Johnson <kent37 at tds.net>:
> Karl Wittgenstein wrote:
> > I would also like to ask what skills you think I should develop so I can
> > approach programming more
> > ' natively', and would like to clarify the following issue:
> > input("Something") usually displays Something when prompting for
> > input;why is that the case when I run a single line of code and isn't
> > when I use many?When I run three lines straight in this format,only the
> > first message and prompt are displayed...That is surely out of the scope
> > of my current knowledge....Which is not very encompassing,anyway.
> input('Something') displays the prompt 'Something' and then waits for
> input up to a new line. When you enter the input it will execute the
> next statement which may be another input().
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