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Python Code to Print Hello world!
A simple program that displays “Hello, World!”. It’s often used to illustrate the syntax of the language.
# This program prints Hello, world! print('Hello, world!')
In this program, we have used the built-in
print() function to print the string
Hello, world! on our screen.
By the way, a string is a sequence of characters. In Python, strings are enclosed inside single quotes, double quotes, or triple quotes.
Python Examples for Beginners: Python Code to Print Hello world
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