FAQ: Introduction to Kotlin - Print Statements

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It says print() doesn’t create a new line, but in this exercise, it did:

https://www.codecademy.com/courses/learn-kotlin/lessons/learn-kotlin-introduction/exercises/learn-kotlin-intro-print-statements

Does this mean the first print() will create a new line, then if followed by another print(), that’s when the new line won’t be created?

print() does not create a new line, where do you see this?

println() creates a new line.

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so println() creates a new line at the end (after one), which is why Two and Three are on a different line (no new lines by print)

Oh, that makes sense! Thank you!