• jameslooby

    SyntaxError: invalid character in identifier with the carat pointing up at the single or double quotes. On the iPad keyboard there are 2 separate single quotes and 2 separate double quotes which throws me off. I believe I have tried every combination. Rather perplexing for a Comp Sci professor :)

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  • jameslooby

    Yes, python 3.6

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  • jameslooby

    No spaces and I am using the same quotes to begin and end argument string although I have also tried them with different open and closed quotes. I will research if my iPad Pythonista app is running 2 or 3

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  • jameslooby

    Note it works correctly if I do not provide the input function with an argument (i.e. a string enclosed in single or double quotes).

    Thanks again,

    James

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  • jameslooby

    Hello, in the interactive interpreter I am entering

    name = input("Enter the name") # or name = input('Enter the name')

    but I am getting a syntax error on the 2nd quotation mark. Any idea why this is happening?

    Thank you,

    James

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Internal error.

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