01: Python: Output

The Theory:

Write a program that displays an output
Output: Write a program that displays an output

Almost every computer program needs to send data out into the real world. An output could be switching on or off a light, sending some work to a printer or sending some sound to a speaker. Most often though, output is displaying something on a screen.

Output means sending information out from the computer into the real world

Information is the stuff that gets sent out: it can be text, pictures, sound or whatever your program deals with.

We’re going to learn how to write python code that will display text on a screen.

Key point: To display text in python, you use the print function.

On the next page you’ll get some code examples that you can try out for yourself.

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  • February 26, 2019 at 12:49 pm

    it was amazing

    • January 6, 2021 at 10:46 am

      the work was really cool

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