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Back to front.

x = input("33") print("You entered: " + x) Results in being : 33You entered This is back to front. Shouldn't it be: You entered 33? This apps lessons are starting to fail at teaching from this point onwards.

1/30/2022 8:55:46 PM


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The string inside input() is not the input – it is an optional hint x = input() # that's all or x = input("Enter something: ")


I think delete input() like this x = 33


Even if I change the input() to a string it will see output as the input() value first then the "You entered: " + x second. So it is back to front. Shouldn't the message say You entered (then the value of the input)?


Im not master so sorry.