\t the userinput?

How do I \t input=(format)?

I’m able to get my user prompt tabbed when I do this before:

prompt = “\t\t>”

Just want to understand if there is another way to accomplish this directly on the line where I request the users input.

Can’t you just do answer = input("\t> ") ?

Hey florian, thanks, yes that would work. I just realized it was probably late and a bit of a silly question too.
What I was after was similar to what you posted only using the fstrings:

prompt = ">"

input(f"\t\t{prompt}")

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