Python’s print() function always prints a newline in the end. The print() function accepts an optional parameter known as the ‘end.’ Its value is ‘\n’ by default. We can change the end character in a print statement with the value of our choice using this parameter.
# Example: Print a instead of the new line in the end.
print("Let's learn" , end = ' ')
# Printing a dot in the end.
print("Learn to code from madanswer" , end = '.')
print("com", end = ' ')
The output is:
Let's learn Python
Learn to code from madanswer.com