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How to Fix Python Syntax Errors Quickly

In Python, you can call parsing errors Syntax errors. How to fix the syntax errors quickly, I can show in this post. Also, check Python Syntax Errors Cheat Sheet. Python Syntax Error. If you run the Python code, the interpreter first parses the logic. If any errors found, it is the developer's responsibility to fix them. Courtesy: Python documentation. >>> while True print ( 'Hello world' ) File "<stdin>" , line 1 while True print ( 'Hello world' ) ^ SyntaxError : invalid syntax How to Fix the Syntax Error First, check for the line number. In the above case, it is '1'. Then look for the symbol '^'. The issue is at the PRINT function. The reason is before the PRINT function you need a colon ':'. That is the reason, you are getting error. This is a syntax error. Find below the corrected logic: >>> while True : print ( 'Hello world' ) File "<stdin