Good evening. I am new to programming and I am enjoying the MIT course.... So far. I am just looking to have a basic understanding of code and have the ability to write a little bit. I am trying a variation on PS0 that prints first and last name at the end, but I get them printed together as shown below. Any help is appreciated.
questionLast = ('What is your last name?')
questionFirst = ('What is your first name?')
LastName = raw_input()
FirstName = raw_input()
print "hello, " + FirstName + LastName)
My result is : hello MattMorse
MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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The easiest solution is to add a string containing a space into your print statement:
print "hello, " + FirstName + " " + LastName
You could always just add a comma instead of the space or +:
print "hello", firstname, lastname.
Thanks for the help. Now that I look at it, I see the mistakes that I made. Now on to problem set 1!