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Python | Output using print() function

The simplest way to produce output is using the print() function where you can pass zero or more expressions separated by commas. This function converts the expressions you pass into a string before writing to the screen.

Syntax: print(value(s), sep= ‘ ‘, end = ‘ ’, file=file, flush=flush)

Parameters:
value(s) : Any value, and as many as you like. Will be converted to string before printed
sep=’separator’ : (Optional) Specify how to separate the objects, if there is more than one.Default :’ ‘
end=’end’: (Optional) Specify what to print at the end.Default : ‘ ’
file : (Optional) An object with a write method. Default :sys.stdout
flush : (Optional) A Boolean, specifying if the output is flushed (True) or buffered (False). Default: False



Returns: It returns output to the screen.

Code #1: Using print() function in Python(2.x)

# Python 2.x program showing
# how to print data on
# a screen
  
# One object is passed
print "GeeksForGeeks"
  
# Four objects are passed
print "Geeks", "For", "Geeks", "Portal"
  
l = [1, 2, 3, 4, 5]
# printing a list
print l

Output:

GeeksForGeeks
Geeks For Geeks Portal
[1, 2, 3, 4, 5]

 
Code #2 : Using print() function in Python(3.x)

# Python 3.x program showing
# how to print data on
# a screen
  
# One object is passed
print("GeeksForGeeks")
  
x = 5
# Two objects are passed
print("x =", x)
  
# code for disabling the softspace feature 
print('G', 'F', 'G', sep ='')
  
# using end argument
print("Python", end = '@')  
print("GeeksforGeeks"

Output:

GeeksForGeeks
x = 5
GFG
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