How to print everything in one line dynamically with Python?

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To print everything in one line dynamically in Python, you can use the end parameter of the print function. By default, the end parameter is set to '\n' (a newline character), which causes the next print statement to start on a new line. However, you can change the value of end to an empty string '' to make the print statements appear on the same line. Here’s an example:

import time

# Example loop to print numbers on the same line
for i in range(10):
    print(i, end=' ')
    time.sleep(0.5)  # Just for demonstration purposes

In this example, we have a loop that prints numbers from 0 to 9. By setting end=' ' in the print statement, we ensure that each number is printed with a space as the separator, rather than a newline character. This causes all the numbers to appear on the same line.

You can adapt this approach to print any dynamically changing content or variables on the same line by using the end parameter with an empty string '' to suppress the newline character.

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