All exercised I've done, (up to 1.7) excluding 1.6 which executed 12, the answer, without 'None'.
http://i.imgur.com/R0RzRKC.png - example in 1.7
It's completely normal for the interpreter to say none because you have only assigned variable which is like storing a word or number or even true or false into a container, but if you wanted it to show the word in the Interpreter you'll need too add a another line of code which is the print syntax.
Hope you understand now.
This happens even when I have printed something. Thanks anyway
*Edit: even after the last reply this has done nothing to help...
Hi it is also completely normal to see "none" at the bottom after you printed something.
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