Python print() Function
Python print() function prints the given object on the screen or other standard output devices.
object(s): It is an object to be printed. The Symbol * indicates that there may be more than one object.
sep='separator' (optional): The objects are separated by sep. The default value of sep is ' '.
end='end' (optional): it determines which object should be print at last.
file (optional): - The file must be an object with write(string) method. If it is omitted, sys.stdout will be used which prints objects on the screen.
flush (optional): If True, the stream is forcibly flushed. The default value of flush is False.
It does not return any value.
Python print() Function Example 1
The below example shows the working of print().
Python is programming language. x = 7 x = 7 = y
In the above code, only objects parameter is passed to print() function (in all three print statements).
The end parameter '\n' (newline character) is used to display output in the next line, and it is by default. As we can see, each print statement displays output in the new line.
If the file is saved as sys.stdout, then, the output is printed on the screen.
Here the value of flush is False, so the stream is not forcibly flushed.
Python print() Function Example 2
The below example use print() with separator and end parameters.
a =000007 a =07