I am using Python 3.1 and can't get the raw_input to "freeze" the dos pop-up. The book I'm reading is for Python 2.5 and I'm using Python 3.1
What should I do to fix this?
Starting with Python 3, raw_input() was renamed to input().
The raw_input() function reads a line from input (i.e. the user) and returns a string by stripping a trailing newline. This page shows some common and useful raw_input() examples for new users. Please note that raw_input() was renamed to input() in Python version 3
raw_input() was renamed to input() in Python 3. Another example method, to mix the prompt using print, if you need to make your code simpler. x= int(raw_input()) -- Gets the input number as a string from raw_input() and then converts it to an integer using int()
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