In Python 3 use input():
input("Press Enter to continue...")
In Python 2 use raw_input():
raw_input("Press Enter to continue...")
This only waits for the user to press enter though.
One might want to use msvcrt ((Windows/DOS only) The msvcrt module gives you access to a number of functions in the Microsoft Visual C/C++ Runtime Library (MSVCRT)):
import msvcrt as m
This should wait for a keypress.
in Python 3 raw_input() does not exist
In Python 2 input(prompt) is equivalent to eval(raw_input(prompt))
Hope this helps!!
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