Is there a difference from using ’ ’ from " " ?
If you want to avoid using escape characters if you have a ’ or " in your string, then use the opposite of whatever is in your string.
Playing with the terminal we find:
>>> 'hi' 'hi' >>> 'h"i' 'h"i' >>> "h'i" "h'i" >>> 'h'i' File "<stdin>", line 1 'h'i' ^ SyntaxError: invalid syntax >>> 'h\'i' #using the "\" escape character "h'i"
Thanks for your help!!
Just to add something else, there is multiline strings (
"""), in case your string goes over many lines.
multiline_string=""" SEEE SO COOL """
Yes! and i think you can also do it with the single ones for the same effect (
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