4 examples of 'how to print in single line in python' in Python

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163def pyPrint(stuff):
164 stuff = 'PY:' + stuff + "\n"
165 sys.stdout.write(stuff)
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75def print(*args, **kwargs): # noqa
76 '''
77 A replacement for the ``print`` function that also logs the (file, function,
78 line, msg) from where it is called. For example::
79
80 >>> from __future__ import print_function # required for Python 2.x
81 >>> from gramex.debug import print # import print function
82 >>> print('hello world') # It works like the print function
83 <file>(line).<function>: hello world
84 >>> print(x=1, y=2) # Use kwargs to print variable names
85 <file>(line).<function>:
86 .. x = 1
87 .. y = 2
88
89 It automatically pretty-prints complex variables.
90 '''
91 stream = kwargs.pop('stream', sys.stdout)
92 parent = inspect.getouterframes(inspect.currentframe())[1]
93 file, line, function = parent[1:4]
94 if len(args) == 1 and not kwargs:
95 stream.write('{}({}).{}: {}\n'.format(file, line, function, args[0]))
96 else:
97 stream.write('\n{}({}).{}:\n'.format(file, line, function))
98 for val in args:
99 _write(val, stream=stream)
100 for key, val in kwargs.items():
101 _write(val, key, stream=stream)
102 stream.write('\n')
61def log(self, m, s = '0', flag = ' '):
62 if isinstance(s, list):
63 s = ';'.join(s)
64 if isinstance(m, list):
65 print(self.fmt % (s, '', '['))
66 for msg in m:
67 print(self.fmt % (s, flag, msg))
68 print(self.fmt % (s, '', ']'))
69 else:
70 print(self.fmt % (s, flag, m))
153def write(indent, msg, **kwds):
154 literal = kwds.pop("literal", False)
155 if kwds:
156 msg %= kwds
157 if not literal:
158 msg = textwrap.dedent(msg.rstrip(" "))
159 if indent:
160 msg = indent_block(msg, " " * (indent*4))
161 fh.write(msg)

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