FAQ: Introduction to Lua - Print

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hey i need know talk bout print… i just type " print(“heello”) but Did you use multiple print() statements to output the pattern exactly as shown does that mean?

You typed print("heello"), but that is not what the instructions have specified. The instructions want you to enter multiple print statements so that the pattern shown in Step 1 is printed.

The instructions specify:

Instead of displaying those two lines in the code editor, edit the code so that we output the following
pattern in the terminal:

     2 3
   4 5 6
7 8 9 10

Exactly how it is.
Remember you can use the hint if you need help.