• anonymous
is anyone getting an error message: Invalid syntax for print when writing script in Python 2.5.4? I am not able to fix it. is there any way to fix the error? thanks
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  • e.mccormick
How are you writing your print statment? If you looked at how to do it in 3.x, that is different from 2.x. It is one of the major changes. They went from a print statement to a function. This function requires () and opens up many options the statment did not have.
  • rsmith6559
A Python2 print statement would be like: print "Hello World" A Python3 print function would be called like: print( "Hello World" )

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