I’m seeking a term and possibly the code behind what would help me implement that term in Python.
I have been working on a text-based Python journaling application. When I want to review my journal from the command-line shell, it prints out a series of logs like this:
Log_1”…” Log_2”…” Log_3”…”
The problem is, there are a lot of logs under a lot of different dates, so the whole journal looks dense, cluttered, and messy.
I’m not a writer or a language arts expert(I barely use MS-Word), but what I want is to create a one line space between the print of each log:
I don’t know what that space in between each log would be called, so it made it impractical to just do some google research.
What would the space be called? And is they’re a specific code that could be passed through print() which would create the output of that space? Thank you.
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