Python Basic Syntax
Python program can be executed by writing program directly in the Command Line:
Python provides no braces to indicated blocks of code for classes or functions definitions or flow control. Instead of braces, Python uses line Indentation to indicate a block of code.
if 5>2: print("Five is greater than Two!")
Note – Python will throw an error if you skip the indentation.
In Python, # symbol is used to commenting. All characters after the # and up to the end of the physical line are comment and Python ignore them.
#This is a comment print("Hello, Python!")
Python also has multi-line commenting capability. Docstrings can be one line, or multi-line.
Python uses Tripple quotes at the beginning and end of the docstrings.
"""This is a multiline docstring.""" print("Hello, World!")