Why doesn't the input() method work anymore in Python (with Turtle)?
It worked yesterday. It still works in regular Python. All of a sudden, when I call input(), it seems to just freeze the program. It allows me to press enter, but it doesn't do anything with the input even when I save it to a variable and call it later. I can't even print the input.
I can't find anywhere to report a bug, so here we are.
myText = input()
#This will work in Python, but not Python (with Turtle)
I've heard some say that it only works if you put it before your draw anything, but I just made a test repl and input wouldn't work, although I'm sure that I've had it working before.
It doesn't work in the console:
But if you go to the shell tab (you might need explorer turned on) and run it from there, then it does work, I'm not sure why.
I figured it out, and the answer was pretty obvious, just put your code in a normal python repl, it will open a graphics window and run just find, and let you use input.