For your A


I just have a quick question about the printing in "For your A". Why do we need the second print (at the bottom of the code)? I submitted the code with the print there and without it, and it prints out the same either way (X in the hXnd...).

So what exactly does having the second print do that makes the prompt so much better?


Hello @locustnoob,

I believe it has something to do with the Submission Correctness Test (SCT) of that particular exercise.