The triple quote marks “”" showed up in this exercise.
For some reason when I typed in “”" it is not coming out right on codecademy but if you click the link you will see what I mean. Thanks
If you press the </> you can format it. I can’t access the lesson but are you asking why you would use a split method? If you post the example code you’re curious about me and others can chime in freely.
Sometimes triple quotation marks are used as multi-line comments:
""" comment comment """
It could also be if one wanted to have a string on multiple lines:
some_var = """string string string"""
But if you gave the code, we could say for sure.
Or maybe this?
sentence = 'words"to"live"by' split_sentence = sentence.split('"') print(split_sentence) # ['words', 'to', 'live', 'by']
Thanks it was a string taking up multiple lines.