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anonymous

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Hello, I am on chapter 3.7 on "How to Think Like a Computer Scientist, and the newLine concept is troubling me. The text says that if I input def newLine(): print def threeLines(): newLine() newLine() newLine() and then type threeLines(), I should get three blank spaces. However, even when I type newLine, it does not skip a line. threeLines does not work either. Could someone help me? Thank you.

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  1. anonymous
    • 5 years ago
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    Sorry, I figured out where the bug was. print under def newLine(): requires empty brackets. It's supposed to look like this: def newLine(): print() def threeLines(): newLine() newLine() newLine() Sorry, for the inconvenience.

  2. maitre_kaio
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    No problem. Just keep asking if you don't find yourself the answer.

  3. anonymous
    • 5 years ago
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    Thank you. :)

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