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Comments

Most of the time, code should be written in such a way that it is easy to understand on its own. However, if you want to include a piece of information to explain a part of your code, you can use the # sign. A line of text preceded by a # is called a comment. The machine does not run this code — it is only for humans to read. When you look back at your code later, comments may help you figure out what it was intended to do.

# this variable counts how many rows of the spreadsheet we have: row_count = 13

Instructions

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Add a comment above the declaration of city_pop with a description of what you think the variable contains.

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