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13. Event happening only sometimes

We use the print() function for the first time. Using print we can find out the value of a variable and display messages below our program.
When something is not going as expected it can be useful to add some print() calls to our program. We can print the value of a variable, or just print a text to find out if that part of the program is running or not.
print() is your friend :)

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