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  • Quotation in Python

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    The quotes single ('), double (") and triple (''' or """) is used to denotes string literals are accepted by python but the same quotes should starts and ends the string.

    Triple quotes signify a multi-line string. Everything between the start and end quotes is part of a single string, including carriage returns and other quote characters.

    See the example:

    tempWord = 'word'
    temSentence = "This is a sentence."
    tempParagraph = """This is a paragraph. It is
    made up of multiple lines and sentences.

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