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Print function in Python 3

Print function in Python 3

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Hi All,
 
I just realized that when using Python 3, you have to use the print with the paranthesis. Am i correct in my understanding or am i missing something?
 
Thanks,
Nitin

You are right, and take a look of the examples of this link: https://www.programiz.com/python-programming/methods/built-in/print

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Hi Nitin and Miguel!
Thanks for reaching out.
@Nitin: As Miguel suggests, you are right. 
Please feel free to refer to the following video from the course for an explanation. Thank you.
https://365datascience.teachable.com/courses/introduction-to-python/lectures/9522968
Hope this helps.
Best,
Martin

yes you always need to use parentheses like this one
Print(“learn python for free”)
Hope this helps. You should also learn python basics from udacity, it’s free. Also, Udacity Reviews are good. I have also leant python from there.