In this Python 3 post, we will learn how to print output to the screen using a Python 3 program.
Before we start, I’m assuming you have Python 3 installed on your machine. If you are running Linux or macOS, it is probably already installed.
With Python built-in printing function, we can easily print text, numbers and variables to the screen.
Let’s start creating a Python program using the following line, which will create a .py file.
Inside the file, I will add the print function with a simple text string.
print ("Hello World!")
To run the program, I will use the following command.
The output should look like this: