Here’s a Python code example that demonstrates how to print without a newline or space, along with explanations:

# Using the 'end' parameter in the 'print' function
print("This is printed without a newline", end="")
print(" and continues on the same line.")

# Using 'sys.stdout.write'
import sys

sys.stdout.write("This is printed without a newline")
sys.stdout.write(" and continues on the same line.\n")  # Adding a newline at the end

# Concatenating strings before printing
output = "This is printed without a newline"
output += " and continues on the same line."


Using the ‘end’ parameter in the ‘print’ function:

The print function in Python has an optional end parameter that specifies what character to print at the end. By default, it is a newline character (‘\n’).
In the first print statement, we set end=””, which means the next print statement will continue on the same line without adding a newline character.

Using ‘sys.stdout.write’:

The sys.stdout.write function from the sys module writes directly to the standard output without adding a newline.
In the second part, we use this method to print two strings without a newline. Note that we add “\n” at the end to introduce a newline after these strings.

Concatenating strings before printing:

We concatenate two strings before printing, ensuring they are displayed on the same line. The third approach involves creating a variable (output) and adding strings to it. When printed, the result is a continuous output without newlines or spaces.

Support On Demand!