Print Function Arguments

You are asked to create a Python function print_args that prints all its positional arguments and keyword arguments in the order they were received. The function should make use of both *args and **kwargs.
The input to the function will be any number of positional arguments and keyword arguments.
The function should print each argument on a new line. Positional arguments should be printed first in the order they were received, and then keyword arguments should be printed in the order they were received. Each keyword argument should be printed as <key>=<value>.
The function should not return anything, but print the arguments as specified above.
print_args(1, 'apple', key1='hello', key2='world')
1 apple key1=hello key2=world
Note: The function will be tested with different types and numbers of positional and keyword arguments. The order in which the arguments are printed should match the order in which they were passed to the function.


Time limit: 2 seconds

Memory limit: 512 MB

Output limit: 1 MB

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