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Python input on sololearn.

Why does sololearn work like this in the python inputs? I mean, when you put an input like this: user_input("Enter an input: ") print(user_input) You should get an input that says "Enter an input: " but instead of that you get a generic input and the if you plug in "This is my input." you get printed "Enter an input: This is my input." at once instead of telling you: "Enter an input: " and then put the input and print that input. In sublimetext3 it works like that and in my opinion is way better, couldn't sololearn solve that?

7th Aug 2019, 3:31 PM
Martin - avatar
3 Answers
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It is because sololearn use one time run . If you want to run in that way that you are talking about so you should use any ide .
7th Aug 2019, 3:58 PM
karangreat - avatar
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I don't know... But I also find it very annoying. It is boring to have to remember all the input, then enter it all together... And what if you need an output to type another input? Finally, try to send them a feedback (for me, I can't...). Maybe they will listen to you...
7th Aug 2019, 3:53 PM
Gwlanbzh - avatar
SpaceNerd I already did :)
7th Aug 2019, 5:01 PM
Martin - avatar