Print on the Same Line in Python

  1. Multiple Prints on the Same Line in Python Using the print() Function
  2. Multiple Prints on the Same Line in Python Using the stdout.write() Method of the sys Module in Python

This tutorial will explain various methods to print multiple things on the same line in Python. Usually, the print() method prints the content in the new line each time. We can use the following methods to print multiple things on the same line in Python.

Multiple Prints on the Same Line in Python Using the print() Function

The print method takes a string or any valid object as input, converts it into a string, and print it on the screen. To print multiple things on the same line using the print function in Python, we will have to follow different ways depending on the Python version.

Python 2.x

In Python 2.x, we can put the , operator at the end of the print method to print multiple times on the same line. The following example code demonstrates how to the print function for this.

print 'hello...',
print 'how are you?'

Output:

hello...how are you?

Python 3.x

And in Python 3.x, we will have to change the value of the end parameter of the print() method, as it is set to the \n by default. The example code below demonstrates how we can use the print() method with the end parameter set as "" to print multiple times on the same line.

print('hello...', end=""),
print('how are you?')

Output:

hello...how are you?

Multiple Prints on the Same Line in Python Using the stdout.write() Method of the sys Module in Python

The stdout.write() method of the sys module prints the output on the screen. As the stdout.write() does not add the new line at the end of the string by default, it can be used to print multiple times on the same line.

Unlike the print() method, this method works on all the Python versions, but we will need to import the sys module first to use the stdout.write() method. The example code below shows how to use the stdout.write() method to print multiple strings on the same line in Python.

import sys

sys.stdout.write('hello...')
sys.stdout.write('how are you?')

Output:

hello...how are you?
Contribute
DelftStack is a collective effort contributed by software geeks like you. If you like the article and would like to contribute to DelftStack by writing paid articles, you can check the write for us page.

Related Article - Python Print

  • Print Multiple Arguments in Python