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 Python comment

Comments will be used to create a case for Python code.

Comments will be used to make the code more legible.

Once the code is tested, comments will not stop execution.

Make a comment

Comments begin with #, and Python may ignore them:


# This can be a comment

Print ("Hello, World!")

Comments will be placed at the top of a line, and Python may ignore the rest of the line:


Print ("Hello, World!") # This could be a comment

Comments could not find the text to clarify the code, this may also be used to prevent Python from executing code:


#print ("Hello, World!")

Print ("Cheers, Met!")

Multi line comments

Python does not have a syntax for multi-line comments.

To add a multi line comment, you can insert a # for each line:


# This can be a comment # One line has # more written ("Hello, World!"

Or, almost as mean, you would use a multi-line string.

Since Python can ignore string literals that are not assigned to a variable, you will add a multi-line string (triple quotes) to your code, and you will comment within:


This is a comment

written in

More than just one line


Print ("Hello, World!")

Python can browse the code until the string is allocated to a variable, ignore it on the other side, and you have created a multi-line comment.

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