• looperboy

    Thanks, Mikael. You are correct in noticing I've been following some online courses, as well as reading some books, and have encountered differences in how Python runs on Pythonista.

    The tutorials I have been following do use 3.6, mainly, and my goal is to learn python rather than run anything on iOS. I got Pythonista as a convenient way to practice coding rather than because it was related to iOS. Just as a way to tinker with code wherever I am.

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  • looperboy

    It helps to know the input is being printed by design. Is this just for development purposes, so’s you know the code is receiving the input?

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  • looperboy

    Thank you!

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  • looperboy

    Hi,

    I'm very new to python. Sorry if this is a dumb question, but if i run a very simple program in the console asking for user input, the input prints immediately after the question, even if i don't ask for that in the program.

    If my program is just Input('What is your name?') the console will print the question, but when i input a name it will add that name onto the end of the question immediately.

    If i do a slightly longer program: x = input('What is your name?')
    print('Hello ' + x)

    the screen looks like this after input: What is your name?stuart
    Hello Stuart

    Why is this?

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