This is the second part of the series.
In this Series/Topic, I am going to share about the Output And the print function v
I am gonna tell you what you can do with the print function.
You need to open the output by going to:
View --> Output
If it's already open then leave it as it is
In you scripting adventure/quest/Journey/lessons ( Or whatever you want to call it)
You may find that the output is very useful for fixing and finding errors in your code.**
- Now to the print function:
When you open the script, you will see:
Let's break it down.
print("Hello World") print() #When this function is called, it print whatever inside the brackets to the output print () #Inside the brackets is the stuff that you want to print to the output. #For Example: print("Hello world") >Hello world #And print(1122) > 1122