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anonymous

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Ok i just got through thte first lecture and the first reading so I thought id give python a shot right? Now Im not completely sure this is what they wanted on the first assignment, im pretty sure it deals with raw_input () but its not working for me (I'm not coding it right, but is this what they meant?

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    try using input() instead of raw_input()

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    Here is an example of raw_input statement. This one asks for first name and assigns it to variable first, and then prints out the result. alpha = raw_input("What is your first name? ") print alpha

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    MDL= i tried both methods raw_input worked alot better for me actually thatnks to malpaso i found out how to use the correct syntax.

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