How do I keep Python print from adding newlines or spaces? [duplicate] How do I keep Python print from adding newlines or spaces? [duplicate] python python

How do I keep Python print from adding newlines or spaces? [duplicate]


In Python 3, use

print('h', end='')

to suppress the endline terminator, and

print('a', 'b', 'c', sep='')

to suppress the whitespace separator between items. See the documentation for print


import syssys.stdout.write('h')sys.stdout.flush()sys.stdout.write('m')sys.stdout.flush()

You need to call sys.stdout.flush() because otherwise it will hold the text in a buffer and you won't see it.


Greg is right-- you can use sys.stdout.write

Perhaps, though, you should consider refactoring your algorithm to accumulate a list of <whatevers> and then

lst = ['h', 'm']print  "".join(lst)


matomo