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Hi, in the attached pic the print(a) works as does print a

Should you always put () around in this instance and why.

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Alan, I know very little about Python, but I do know that "print" requires parentheses in Python 3.x.

Since you assert it works both ways in your environment, I'd surmise you're running Python 2.x.

Based on that, if you use print with parentheses, your "print()" routines should work in both Python 2.x and 3.x environments.

If you're only going to work in Python 2.x then you can use whichever form you like.

HTH,

Raymond

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Thanks,

Yes this free app is 2.7. When I get back home on computer will use the latest 3.x.

Can anyone recommend any free app for an iPad? Or maybe I even one I can buy for learning on the move?

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