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How do we use raw_input()?
I don't see a raw_input() command.
But how do I use raw_input()
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raw_input() was renamed to input() in Python v3.x
Was that when the also started requiring () with print statements?
uj_jonas last edited by
@NickAtNight Yes. In Python 3 print is a function.
If you want to run your script to run in Python 2 you could add
#! python2at the top of your script like this:
#! python2 var = raw_input('using raw_input()') print 'python 2 print'
You can also test your script in Python 2 by holding down the play button and choosing "Run with Python 2.7"
Cool. Thank you