Here is an illustration of avoiding the automatic newline during printing. Notice how each print command ending with a comma effectively builds onto what has previously been printed, but without a newline (unless a newline is part of the data to be printed, as shown here).

Avoiding Automatic Newline

print "and the",
print 3*"--\n\t***",
print "let them go"

If Python2 is the working environment, but you would like to use the Python3 style of printing (where print is a function rather than a command), there is a way to do this.

>>> from __future__ import print_function

This strange-looking statement will cause any subsequent print in the session to behave as a Python3 print. For example, "print 5" is considered an error, because the syntax is changed to conform to Python3's rules. But "print(5)" works.