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Python Syntax

Here are some of the basic syntax rules for Python:

  • Python is case-sensitive, which means that Hello and hello are treated as two different variables.
  • Python uses indentation to define blocks of code, rather than curly braces. The standard indentation is 4 spaces, but some people prefer to use 2 spaces or a tab. It is important to be consistent with your indentation, as it affects the way the code is parsed.
  • Python uses # to indicate the beginning of a comment. Everything after the # on the same line is ignored by the interpreter.
  • Python uses quotation marks (either single or double) to indicate the beginning and end of a string. If you need to include a quotation mark within a string, you can use the opposite type of quotation mark to define the string, or you can use the \ character to escape the quotation mark.

Here is an example of some simple Python code:

# This is a comment

# This is a string
message = "Hello, world!"

# This is a variable
x = 10

# This is a conditional statement
if x > 0:
    print(message)

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