The main problem is that the print() function prints one line at a time. If you want to print multiple lines, you need to use a different function, like printf().
There are a few ways to print multiple lines in one line in Python. One way is to use the print function with the end parameter set to an empty string: print("Line 1", end="") print("Line 2") Another way is to use the print function with the sep parameter set to an empty string: print("Line 1", "Line 2", sep="")
Line 1 will be printed followed by Line 2 on the same line.
Working with lines
In Python, lines are represented by the string ”
“. Lines can be used for a variety of purposes, such as separating statements in a script or data in a file.