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The print used to be a statement in Python 2, but now it became a function that requires parenthesis in Python 3.

Is there any way to suppress these parentheses in Python 3? Maybe by re-defining the print function?

So, instead of

print ("Hello stack over flowers")

I could type:

print "Hello stack over flowers"

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Without parenthesis you can not print in Python 3 it is invalid it can be done in Python 2 see the examples below:-

Python 2:

>>> print abc

Python 3:

>>> print(“abc”)

To know more about this you can have a look at the following video tutorial:-


 

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