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-* The :func:`print` function writes the value of the expression(s) it is
-  given.  It differs from just writing the expression you want to write (as we did
-  earlier in the calculator examples) in the way it handles multiple
-  expressions, floating point quantities,
-  and strings.  Strings are printed without quotes, and a space is inserted
-  between items, so you can format things nicely, like this::
+* The :func:`print` function writes the value of the argument(s) it is given.
+  It differs from just writing the expression you want to write (as we did
+  earlier in the calculator examples) in the way it handles multiple arguments,
+  floating point quantities, and strings.  Strings are printed without quotes,
+  and a space is inserted between items, so you can format things nicely, like
+  this::
 
      >>> i = 256*256
      >>> print('The value of i is', i)
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