Python is a very simple language and has a very straightforward syntax. It encourages programmers to program without boilerplate (prepared) code. The simplest directive in Python is the “print” directive – it simply prints out a line (and also includes a new line, unlike in C).
There are two major Python versions, Python 2 and Python 3. Python 2 and 3 are quite different. This tutorial uses Python 3 because it more semantically correct and supports newer features.
For example, one difference between Python 2 and 3 is the
To print a string in Python 3, just write:
Hello, World! .
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