Ah, you're using an old version where print was still a statement not a function; Python is finicky about how statements are used. v2.6-v2.7 allows "from __future__ import print_function"
, and in v3.0+ it is a function. If you really must use a lambda in v2.5- then "import sys"
and use "sys.stdout.write()"
... no you mustn't.
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