[SOLVED] Why do I get a None output when I use this if statement


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P1_MS = input("Type a letter to begin player 1 and roll dice")
if P1_MS == Alph or Num :
         P1_S =P1_S+D1+D2 , print("First roll is", D1) , print("Second roll is", D2)
         print (P1_S,"is the total amount")


First roll is 3
Second roll is 3
(6, None, None) is the total amount

How can I remove the none none at the end of the output.


You haven’t mentioned what is P1_S in your code, or where you have declared it. I guess you have made it a list or some other datatype than simple Int. Check it.

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