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Back to front again.

name = input("John") print("Welcome, " + name) Output is: JohnWelcome. Shouldn't it come out as Welcome John? It seems to be coming out back to front.

1/30/2022 9:02:32 PM

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whatever is inside input() will be printed to the console.

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input() is a function that gets all text up to a new line (from standard input) and returns it as a string as default. You add an argument inside the input function. All this does is act as a prompt to the user. Before input is collected, the promt will be printed to the screen.

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Example Name = input() print("Welcome") print(Name) this will works but in other line

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This is what you want name = input() print("Welcome " + name) If you put something in input, first the input print that statement inside it and after take input.

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Put it is being printed in the wrong order.

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C S Did you give any input ?

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C S Did you enter anything in the input prompt ?

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what you write inside input(🔹🔹🔹) is the message to tell the user what to type in the input. So something like name = input('Please input your name ') Then what the user inputs will be the value of the variable name

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Yes, I gave it an input("John").