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walne

  • 2 years ago

In hwk 1.3 It gives the instructions: "Write a program that prints out the tic-tac-toe board from exercise 1.2, but uses variables to cut down on the amount of typing you have to do. What I wrote below outputs the correct answer; but it seems so inefficient to have to write print 5 times. Is it possible to print the output of multiple variables and have them jump down to the next line each time? a = " | |" b = "--------" print a print b print a print b print a

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  1. estudier
    • 2 years ago
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    I guess usually you would use some loop around print a and print b. You can put print a + "\n" + b for a new line.

  2. walne
    • 2 years ago
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    Great advice @estudier I used the "\n" to create this which printed the tic-tac-toe design perfectly: print a + "\n" + b + "\n" + a + "\n" + b + "\n" + a

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