how to use print statement in python3?

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I am getting this syntax error whenever I am using print statement. 

print "Hello World"

Jun 25, 2018 in Python by misc.edu04
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In python3, print statement is a function, not a statement. So here you have to pass the items you need to print in parenthesis. For example:

print("Hello world")

answered Jun 25, 2018 by code.reaper12
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The print statement has been replaced with a print() function in Python3. Examples:

Old: print "Hello World!!"
New: print("Hello World!!")
Old: print "square of 3 is ", 3*3
New: print(​"square of 3 is ", 3*3​)

Old: print z,           # comma suppresses newline
New: print(z, end=" ")  # Appends a space instead of a newline
​
You can also customize the separator between items, e.g.:
print("The cube of 9 is <", 9**3, "> !", sep="")

output:

The cube of 9 is 729!
answered Jul 16, 2018 by Mrunal
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