Currently reading “Learn Python 3 The Hard Way”.
I am on ex16 and the 3rd study drill says:
I am not sure if target.write() can print out, but from what I see it only accepts one argument,
so I am guessing I need to pass it a variable as a parameter.
The way I made this work was like this:
bundle = line1 + "\n" + line2 + "\n" + line3 + "\n" # writes the strings in the 3 vars to the opened file target.write(bundle)
However I don’t think that’s the intended solution since this has nothing to do
with formats. However when I tried to pass a print function to target.write
it didn’t work so I couldn’t figure out a different way to do it.
Can you give me some hints on how the author originally intended for this to be solved?