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Python Syntax
Multi-line Strings

We have seen how to define a string with single quotes and with double quotes. If we want a string to span multiple lines, we can also use triple quotes:

address_string = """136 Whowho Rd Apt 7 Whosville, WZ 44494"""

This address spans multiple lines, and is still contained in one variable, address_string.

When a string like this is not assigned to a variable, it works as a multi-line comment. This can be helpful as your code gets more complex:

"""The following piece of code does the following steps: takes in some input does An Important Calculation returns the modified input and a string that says "Success!" or "Failure..." """ ... a complicated piece of code here...

Instructions

1.

Create a variable called haiku and store this haiku as a multi-line string:

The old pond, A frog jumps in: Plop!
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