[Tutor] how to print array without adding newline
alan.gauld at btinternet.com
Thu Sep 6 11:31:20 CEST 2012
On 19/08/12 02:17, vickistan wrote:
> Hello: I am trying to output an array to another program that takes an array
> as input
You are printing a list. You are not passing an 'array' to anything.
What exavctly does the other program expect to see. An array object - as
defined in what language? or a list of strings? or something else.
> the print statement adds a newline.
It also prints the string representation of your list.
If you want to print the contents of the list use a loop:
for item in arrayname: print item
That will give you the items each on a separate line but without the 
If you want it on a single line add a comma:
for item in arrayname: print item, # python 2, python 3 is different
And if you don't want spaces use join():
> of the array. Is there another way to print an array besides
> print arrayname
See above. but without knowing what your other program expect an 'array'
to look like we can't say what is best.
> output as an array. Each element is a url. I call it from a browser, and it
> works except for the added newline.
That suggests that you might actually want to create an html document?
If you need a file its best to create a file rather than rely on print
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