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I wrote a short code which outputs the first n numbers of the Fibonacci sequence where n is the value of the passed parameter and each number is printed in a new line. My problem is that the output isn't starting at 0, it starts at 1. How do I also get the 0 in the output?

def fibonacci(n): fib1 = 0 fib2 = 1 for x in range(0,n): print("%d\n" %(fib2), end = " ") next = fib1 + fib2 fib1 = fib2 fib2 = next

So this is the output, why are the numbers after the first one moved in? output

def fibonacci(n): fib1 = 0 fib2 = 1 for x in range(0,n): print("%d\n" %(fib1), end = " ") next = fib1 + fib2 fib1 = fib2 fib2 = next

Simple print `fib1`

instead of `fib2`

at `line #5`

How do you expect output `0`

at start if you printed `fib2`

which is `1`

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You can use:

def fibonacci(n): fib1 = 0 fib2 = 1 for x in range(0, n): print("%d" %(fib1)) fib1, fib2 = fib2, fib1 + fib2

Alternatively, you can just switch the values of `fib1`

and `fib2`

without messing with your code any more.

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as mentioned in other examples you can solve your problem .. I am sharing few more ways to do it.. shorter code

def fibonacci_fun(n): a, b = 0, 1 for x in range(2, n): print('%s' % a) a, b = b, a+b fibonacci_fun(n)

another way using while loop

def fibonacci(n): a, b = 0, 1 while a <= n: print(a) a, b = b, a+b fibonacci(n)

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##### Comments

- you can explicitly check for a
`n==0`

and print separately, that's one option. - Print fib1 alone before entering the loop.
- thank you, stupid mistake! lol But another question: why does my output write the 0 and the 1 straight among themselves but all following numbers moved into?