Output Statements

Output Statements

Output statements displays textual output on the computer screen. We can use print() function to display output.

Form 1: print() without any argument

Just it prints new line character.

Form-2

print(String)
print("Waytoeasylearn")

We can use escape characters also
print("Waytoeasy \n learn")
print("Waytoeasy\tlearn")

We can use repetetion operator (*) in the string
print(10*"Waytoeasylearn")
print("Waytoeasylearn"*10)

We can use + operator also
print("Waytoeasy"+"learn")

Note

  • If both arguments are String type then + operator acts as concatenation operator.
  • If one argument is string type and second is any other type like int then we will get Error.
  • If both arguments are number type then + operator acts as arithmetic addition operator.
print("Hello"+"World")
print("Hello","World")


HelloWorld
Hello World

Form-3: print() with variable number of arguments

a,b,c=10,20,30
print("The Values are :",a,b,c)

The Values are : 10 20 30

By default output values are separated by space. If we want we can specify separator by using “sep” attribute.

a,b,c=10,20,30
print(a,b,c,sep=',')
print(a,b,c,sep=':')

10,20,30
10:20:30

If we want output in the same line with space

print("Hello",end=' ')
print("Welcome to ",end=' ')
print("Waytoeasylearn")

Hello Welcome to Waytoeasylearn

Note

The default value for end attribute is \n, which is nothing but new line character.

Form-4: print(object) statement

We can pass any object (like list, tuple, set etc) as argument to the print() statement.

l=[10,20,30,40]
t=(10,20,30,40)
print(l)
print(t)

Form-5: print(String, variable list)

We can use print() statement with String and any number of arguments.

s = "Waytoeasylearn"
s1 ="Java"
s2 ="Python"
print("Hello",s)
print("You are posting",s1,"and",s2," tutorials")

Hello Waytoeasylearn
You are posting java and Python tutorials

Form-6: print (formatted string)

  1. %i ==> int
  2. %d ==> int
  3. %f ==> float
  4. %s ==> String type

Syntax

print("formatted string" %(variable list))

E.g

a=10
b=20
c=30
print("a value is %i" %a)
print("b value is %d and c value is %d" %(b,c))

a value is 10 
b value is 20 and c value is 30

Form-7: print() with replacement operator {}

name = "Ashok Kumar"
salary = 50000
friend = "Santosh"
print("Hello {0} your salary is {1} and Your Friend {2} is waiting". format(name,salary,friend))
print("Hello {x} your salary is {y} and Your Friend {z} is waiting". format(x=name,y=salary,z=friend))

Hello Ashok Kumar your salary is 50000 and Your Friend Santosh is waiting 
Hello Ashok Kumar your salary is 50000 and Your Friend Santosh is waiting
Output Statements


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