9/17 Question on Coding


#1

I have seen this symbol several times and it has never been defined that I saw

'. . . ' or ". . ." or sometimes it is just ""

What does it refer to within the rest of the code? I cannot use it if I do not understand it...

#2

I'm not sure if I understand your question anyway,

YouYou can use either single quotes or double quotes, but can't mixed.

If you see " " :arrow_left: that's a blank string sometimes used to add a space when printing out two objects


#3

Thanks. That clears things up some. I do understand you can't mix the quotes. I figured out that the '. . .' was so that you could have three dots at the end of a sentences, like this...


#4

okay great !