How to prevent parentheses and quotation marks from being printed when printing a string with dictionaries/lists?
When you do this:
response = '- - PLAYER used ',user, 'on the enemy. It did ',overall,' damage'
You're actually making a tuple, which is a sequence of separate values, which is why it prints that way.
Try this instead:
response = '- - PLAYER used ' + user + ' on the enemy. It did ' + str(overall) + ' damage'
How do I remove parentheses and single quotation marks from my output?
The result of split is a list. If you want the str without surrounding space, you should use
person = " xx "
what_he_said = " abc！"
Why this single quotes and braces in output in python?
The output you are seeing is due to the fact that you are using Python 2, but you're using the
In Python 2,
tuple as its first argument (so you are printing out the Python representation of a tuple).
You can fix this in two ways.
If you add
from __future__ import print_function to the top of your file, then
Alternately, you can call it like:
print 'There are', length,'character'
Why Python is outputting parenthesis and quotes in my print command?
It is because print write a tuple when given more than one argument
str1 = "Hello"
str2 = "world"
print (str1, str2) #will print : (hello, world)
What you want is to
str1 = "Hello"
str2 = "world"
str3 = str1 + str2
print (str3) #will print : Hello world
print (str1 + str2) #see how you give only one argument by concatenating str1 and str2 ?
Note though that if you want to add up two object that are not strings themselves, you will have to cast them into strings (make as if there were strings). Even if both object would print correctly alone.
It is because python can't add up two stuff that are not compatible.
x = "your picture is"
y = someimage.jpg
print(x,y) # works well and dandy, gives a tuple
print(x + y)#fails, python can t add up a string and an image
print(x + str(y))# works because str(y) is y casted into a string
Note though that not everything can be casted into a string
print() is showing quotation marks in results
from __future__ import print_function.
In Python 2.x what you are doing is interpreted as printing a tuple, while you are using the 3.x syntax.
>>> name = 'Ryan'
>>> days = 3
>>> print(name, 'has been alive for', days, 'days.')
('Ryan', 'has been alive for', 3, 'days.')
>>> from __future__ import print_function
>>> print(name, 'has been alive for', days, 'days.', sep=', ')
Ryan, has been alive for, 3, days.
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