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Hello World

We start with "hello world", like all programming lanaguages; we start with telling the console to do something, cause-and-effect

print()
Print(): )We print a string to the console, this string is encapulated by "" and paraenthesis...

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Intro

Opening to the Intro, introduction for Python. Covering terminal, what is Python used for? Using PyCharm, Python Online or Jupyter

print("") print(a + b)
Variables: Look for varialbles both in the local sense and the global sense, this will come in handy later on in the dictionary section...

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Syntax

Opening about Python Syntax

"""" / print(a + b) print(a + b)
Variables: Look for varialbles both in the local sense and the global sense, this will come in handy later on in the dictionary section...

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Comments

Opening about Python comments, both single line and multi-line commenting.

""" This is a multiline comment within Python
Choose to use the 'double quotations for mutli-line comments"""

/This is a single line comment
Comments: Look for comments within the soruce code, especially when working on existing code or when creating your own. WE use commenting to educate, share how an area of code might be used or executed within a certain manner.

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