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how do i keep python from printing a newline when it exits theprogram?


Here is a simple script:
#!/usr/bin/python

print "No newline, please.",
# End of script

When the program runs, python is still printing a newline when the
program exits. How does one keep python from doing so?

Thanks!

Jul 18 '05 #1
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xegfault wrote:
print "No newline, please.",
# End of script

When the program runs, python is still printing a newline when the
program exits. How does one keep python from doing so?


Use sys.stdout.writ e() instead of print or clear the softspace flag

sys.stdout.soft space = False

after the print statement. Google 'site:mail.pyth on.org exit newline' for
some background.

Peter

Jul 18 '05 #2
"xegfault" <ss*****@questi a.com> writes:
Here is a simple script:
#!/usr/bin/python

print "No newline, please.",
# End of script

When the program runs, python is still printing a newline when the
program exits. How does one keep python from doing so?


class softspaceLess(o bject):
"""
import sys
print "a", "b", " ", "d" a b d print >>softspaceLess (sys.stdout), "a", "b", " ", "d"

ab d
"""
def __init__(self, file=sys.stdout ):
self.__dict__['_file'] = file
file.softspace = False
def __getattr__(sel f,a):
if a == 'softspace': return False
return getattr(self._f ile,a)
def __setattr__(sel f,a,v):
if a=='softspace': return
setattr(self._f ile,a,v)
'as
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