S2E1 : Comments In Python

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  1. Single Line Comment
  2. Multi-Line Comment

Single Line Comment

  • In Python, ‘#’ is considered as a single line comment symbol or key.
  • If you are starting your line with ‘#’, it will not be a part of any interpreter process. The interpreter ignores the line that starts with ‘#’.
  • You can use as many ‘#’ in a single line as a single line comment.

Multi-Line Comment

  • In Python, ‘’’ ‘’’ or “”” “”” is considered as a multi-line comment symbol or key.
  • As long as you are not assigned ‘’’ ‘’’ or “”” “”” to any variable, the interpreter will ignore lines inside the quotation.

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