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All of a sudden, my Python compiler is giving a line after all my results saying "None". Looks like it is printing the value of some variable. I closed all programs and reopened, etc, but it still continues. Any clues?

MIT 6.189 A Gentle Introduction to Programming Using Python (OCW)
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Looks like a function is returning a None value.
And how would I find that out?
Look through your code and check if any of your procedure are not returning. Alternately, you could paste the code so others could take a look an possibly spot the problem for you.

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you are likely using a print statement inside a function when you want to use a return statement
Looks like I had accidentally uncommented one of the Comment lines way below in the template. Thanks for all the replies.

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