# Python - end parameter in print()

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The print() function in python always creates a newline. But there is also a parameter for this function which can put other characters instead of new line at the end. In this article we will explore various options for this parameter.

## Example

In the below example we see various ways we can assign values to the end parameter and see the result from it.

Live Demo

print("Welcome to ")
print("Tutorialspoint")

print("Welcome to ", end = ' ')
print("Tutorialspoint")

print("emailid",end='@')
print("tutorialspoint.com")

## Output

Running the above code gives us the following result −

Welcome to
Tutorialspoint
Welcome to Tutorialspoint
emailid@tutorialspoint.com
Updated on 22-Jul-2020 08:30:56