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Author vstinner
Recipients M..Z., amaury.forgeotdarc, flox, georg.brandl, ishimoto, pitrou, vstinner
Date 2012-08-02.20:16:44
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> I wonder why "print(1, file=sys.stderr)" returns '1' instead of '1\n'.

I suppose that you mean "returns '1\n' instead of '1'". This is a
major change between Python 2 and Python 3. Use print(1, end=' ') if
you want the same behaviour. See:

You can also use the print() as a function in Python 2 using "from
__future__ import print_function":

I never liked "print expr," because it looks like a typo or an ugly
hack. It's easy to add a comma by mistake.
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