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Print Without A Newline In Python

How To Print Without A Newline In Python?

April 14, 2023 15:19 PM

Print Without A Newline In Python

How can you print in Python without a newline or line break? If you want to display a string without a break, either use the comma separator in the Python 2.x version or the end parameter in Python 3.0.

Python prints all strings with a new line to the console by default. Therefore, every print statement that you use displays the string on new lines. Python offers different ways to print statements. Instead of writing to a newline, each statement can be displayed as an append to previous statements by using print().

Methods to print in Newline In Python

The end parameter of the print() function should be used. This parameter is useful for adding any character between the text.

End your printed statement with a comma. This adds space between the text and the comma.

Use the Sys Module (no spaces between text).

Here are some quick examples of printing without a newline.

Here are some quick examples of printing with no newline:

# Printing text without a newline (Python 3.x)

  • Print("Welcome", end="")
  • print("Python Tutorial")
  • # Print text without a newline.
  • # Use spaces between each text.
  • Print("Welcome To", end="")
  • print("Python Tutorial")
  • # Print text without newlines (Python 2.0x)
  • Print "Welcome To"
  • print "Python Tutorial."
  • #Import Sys module
  • import sys
  • sys.stdout.write("Welcome to")
  • sys.stdout.write("Python Tutorial")

Printing Behaviour:

When you display strings in Python using the printing() function, every string that is issued with a print function will be written on a new line. Here's an example:

This code produces the following output to the console:

Python 3.x: Print without a new line

Python 3.x allows you to display without a newline using the end parameter to the print() function. The end parameter tells Python to display the string that is next printed on the same line. This explains why the print() statement defaults to the "n" value for the end parameter. Each print result is a new line.

You will notice that both strings are displayed on the same line, but there is no space between them. This is because I used an empty string within my quotation marks.

You can also print strings on the same line without any separators. To display a comma separator between prints, you can use end =","Now, let's use the space value with the end parameter.

Python 2.x: Print without a new line

Python 2.x does not support the use of the end param. Therefore, it is necessary to add a comma to your printed statement. Here is an example. This approach won't work with Python 3.x.

This approach adds the space character between every string it displays to the console by default.

The sys module in Python allows you to print without a newline.

Sometimes you might need to print text without a newline using Python 2.x. The above approach, with a comma at the end of the print statement, may not work as it adds space between each statement.

You can overcome this problem by using the stdout.write() function from the sys modules to print the text as it is to the console without adding a newline or a space character. First, import the Sys modules.

The import-sys command imports the sys modules so we can use these methods. Sys.stdout is the standard output, which is a console by default. If you use logging, it might refer to the log file as well. The sys.stdout.write() command actually writes the text to standard output as it is, without any newlines or spaces. It simply adds to the line when it issues a second print.

Print a List of Strings in Newline Using Loop

Let's now see how to print the list strings on a single line using a for loop. The console output shows the following code.


This article teaches you how to make each Python statement print without creating a new Python line.

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