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Escaping Newlines

Hello Everybody, So I'm working through the Python 3 tutorial and in regards to strings they talk about inputting "\n" to "Escape a Newline" and I'm not entirely sure what they mean by "escape newline" as well as the "\n". I understood it when putting in an apostrophe for example: print("It wasn\'t supposed to rain today." Thank you in advance for your help.

12/25/2016 12:11:58 PM

justin

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when using "\n" the sentence stop and continue in new line ___________________ print ("hello world! ") print ("hello","\n","world! ") output hello world! hello world! _____________________ for second question you can use " at the first and ' when you want in strings like this print ("what's wrong? ") but if you want use only ' do it like this print ('what\'s wrong?)

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Escaping newlines using \n simply means its going to take you on another line nothing else