Python shortcuts to enter commands

Hi! I’m looking to simply identify a shortcut for speed:

*When entering a line of code (for example, print), is there a shortcut to enter it without having to press the directional to navigate outside of the closing parentheses?

Ex. if I type print(command), I have to press the right directional to move the cursor outside of the automatically created closing parentheses.

This may be addressed somewhere, and I don’t know how many commands are similar to this, so I apologize if it is (I’m brand new to this)! Thanks!

In most IDEs, pressing Shift + 0 will get you out of closed parentheses. You might notice that Shift + 0 is exactly what creates the closed parenthesis. Since you usually make an open parenthesis before closing it, this is logical.

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