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i tried it with the code: a=int(input(2)) b=int(input(4)) c=int(input(8)) sum=a+b+c print=(sum) but it only takes the first number 'a'... number 4 but the result should be 14 can anyone tell me what i am doing wrong, please?

18th Jun 2022, 1:20 PM
Mei
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not print=(sum), it should be print(sum)
18th Jun 2022, 1:50 PM
R_A
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And what are the inputs you are giving to this code? input(2) will just print 2 in the command line until you give the input you want to give to assign as "a". This is similar to input("write your number") then code prints the phrase "write your number" and waits for the input to be given by the user.
18th Jun 2022, 1:58 PM
R_A
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a=int(input()) b=int(input()) c=int(input()) sum=a+b+c print(sum) If you run this in sololearn, you have to give the inputs at the same time, just separate them by new lines. That's it.
19th Jun 2022, 11:19 AM
R_A
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@R_A thank you very much for your answers i tried to write a code that a=2, b=4 and c=8, as a number while using input() and in the second part, that it calculates a+b+c (2+4+8) ... so how would i need to write it, that the input would be the number? if i do it like this it works: a=2 b=4 c=7 x=a+b+c print(x) however i want to use a=input() ... :)
19th Jun 2022, 9:13 AM
Mei
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Remove numbers from the paranthesis at all 3 inputs and remove the = before (sum)
19th Jun 2022, 3:07 PM
Stefan Corneteanu 