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#1 akashhsaka

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Posted 29 April 2009 - 09:43 AM

I'm just beginning programming and was told that Python is a great first language. So it's the basic, introduction program Hello, World. Seemingly very simple.

print "Hello, world."

End of the code.
I'm using Python 3.0 and it gives me a very plain pop-up error stating an invalid syntax and highlights the latter quotation. I typed it out just like the book I'm using said to. Not sure what I'm doing wrong here. So I got the notion to do:

print
"Hello, world."


I ran it and then the shell popped up and all it had to say was restart with a bunch of "=" on either side. I tried using:

print 'Hello, world.'

and it did the same thing as when I tried running it the second way, shell just popped up and said Restart then did nothing else. Any ideas?
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