In Python you can use text and you can do it with strings. You can define a string using both the single and the double quotation mark.
>>> 'Hello World!' Hello world! >>> "Hello World!" Hello World!
Often text can contain one of these characters. Use the other character to define this string.
>>> "Hello 'my' World!" Hello 'my' World!
However, when we want to use special characters enclosed within a string there is the possibility of reporting these characters with a backslash ‘\’.
>>> 'I\'m not so good!' I'm not so good!
There are also other characters like newline, tab and backslash that can not be expressed with a characte
>>> s = 'I am \n not so good!' >>> print ( s ) I am not so good! >>> s = 'I am \t not so good!' >>> print ( s ) I am not so good! >>> s = ' 6 \ 2 = 3 ' >>> print ( s ) 6 2 = 3
There is also the possibility to write a sentence in which you can explicitly address it and this can be done by enclosing the string with “””.
>>>"""I'm happy to be . . . here""" "I'm happy to be here"
When you send the lead, the interpreter will wait for the new line with three dots’. . . ‘. The Python console will show this symbol whenever the interpreter will consider a new line necessary to terminate the command.