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How do we create multiline comments in Python?
Comment is a piece of text in a computer program that is meant to be a programmer-readable explanation or annotation in the source code and not ignored by compiler/interpreter. In Python script, the symbol # indicates start of comment line.
C like block comment (/* .. */) is not available in Python. If more than one consecutive line are to be commented, # symbol must be put at beginning of each line
##comment1 ##comment2 ##comment3 print ("Hello World")
A triple quoted multi-line string is also treated as comment if it is not a docstring of a function or class.
''' comment1 comment2 comment3 ''' print ("Hello World")
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