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Hi,
   I am a beginner in the programming arts and on top of that i just started (late as always).
I am only on the 2nd chapter of my "Beginning Python" book and i am having trouble!!!!

1.My Python shell-editor is not showing that i used the \n and \t commands, how can i fix this? (It might me the version i have, i am not sure, it used python card in the examples but i have python 2.5)


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                             -Static :)

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I'm not sure I understand the problem, please post code example
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Hi,
   I am a beginner in the programming arts and on top of that i just started (late as always).
I am only on the 2nd chapter of my "Beginning Python" book and i am having trouble!!!!

1.My Python shell-editor is not showing that i used the \n and \t commands, how can i fix this? (It might me the version i have, i am not sure, it used python card in the examples but i have python 2.5)


                    Thanks for all the help
                             -Static :)
what i felt that you were chinese.but,i don't know how to do !that's a problme.
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You thinking might be right. Change your version and try again.
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