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The directions said “each on their own line” but it didn’t seem like I had to do anything specific to make that happen. It just did it on its own. Is that true?
It’s hard to know without seeing your code/this exercise but print has a default argument of end="\n" and therefore each new print statement appears on a new line. Try that with a different end statement and see if the results cover your query-
print("line1", end='') # edited the default statement to an empty string
print("Is this line2?", end='')
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