Quotation symbols are used to create string object in Python. Python recognizes single, double and triple quoted strings. String literals are written by enclosing a sequence of characters in single quotes ('hello'), or double quotes ("hello")
>>> var1='hello' >>> var1 'hello' >>> var2="hello" >>> var2 'hello'
If single quoted text is to be embedded, string should be written in double quotes.
>>> var="Welcome to 'Python Tutorial' from TutorialsPoint" >>> var "Welcome to 'Python Tutorial' from TutorialsPoint"