FAQ: Learn Python: Syntax - Multi-line Strings

This community-built FAQ covers the “Multi-line Strings” exercise from the lesson “Learn Python: Syntax”.

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In this lesson about using “”" for multiline strings - i did the following:

Assign the string here

to_you = “”“if you passing meet me and desire to speak to me, why
should you not speak to me?
And why should I not speak to you?”""

print(to_you)

And I get a message on the bottom saying:

Did you set to_you to the given Whitman poem?

How do I set ‘to_you’ to the given Whitman poem if not the way I did it above?
I’d like to get this right and move on to the next lesson.
Thanks in advance for your helpl

It looks like you’re missing the first word, "Stranger," in the string.

Welcome to the forums!

I noticed that later. Thanks, @victoria_dr !

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Why ever use single or double quotes over triple quotes?

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