I have a question about the syntax in this exercise :
Learn Python 3 | Codecademy
Why is it necessary to add a comma in between $" and cost_drone for the syntax to be correct and where is this information located I didn’t see it Cheatsheets for Learn Python 3
print(“Drone Shipping $” , cost_drone)
print() is a function call. The
print function prints the supplied arguments. Like any function, those arguments are separated by commas. You have 2 arguments: a string literal, and a value with the variable
cost_drone assigned to it.
Ok this makes sense now.
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