8 examples of 'print hello in python' in Python

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8def print_hello():
9 logging.info('hello world!')
10 return 'Hello world!'
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5def hello(s):
6 print('Hello %s' % s)
163def pyPrint(stuff):
164 stuff = 'PY:' + stuff + "\n"
165 sys.stdout.write(stuff)
7@app.route("/")
8def hello():
9 return "Hello from py1"
7def SayHello():
8 sys.stdout.write('Hello from cx_Freeze\n')
9 sys.stdout.write('The current date is %s\n\n' %
10 datetime.datetime.today().strftime('%B %d, %Y %H:%M:%S'))
11
12 sys.stdout.write('Executable: %r\n' % sys.executable)
13 sys.stdout.write('Prefix: %r\n' % sys.prefix)
14 sys.stdout.write('File system encoding: %r\n\n' % \
15 sys.getfilesystemencoding())
16
17 sys.stdout.write('ARGUMENTS:\n')
18 for a in sys.argv:
19 sys.stdout.write('%s\n' % a)
20 sys.stdout.write('\n')
21
22 sys.stdout.write('PATH:\n')
23 for p in sys.path:
24 sys.stdout.write('%s\n' % p)
25 sys.stdout.write('\n')
8def say_hello(name):
9 """Function that will say hello to someone.
10 """
11
12 # Print out a hello message to the name given
13 print("Hello there {name}. It's great to see you.".format(name = name))
10def HelloWorld(self, hello_message):
11 print (hello_message)
12 return "Hello from example-service.py"
1def print_greeting(name: str) -> None:
2 print('Hello {}!'.format(name)) # Bad indentation. Found 6 spaces, expected 4

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