Why is the output of this code >>> print('print("print")') is >>> print("print") ? As we know Characters like double quote must

This is the first problem of Basic Concepts Simple Input & Output Lesson.

28th Dec 2018, 10:51 AM
Kazi Tanvir Ahmed
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The output is print("print") because you can have " quotes in your string if they are not the markings. Example print(" hello "paul" ") will return an error. print('hello" paul" ') will not.
28th Dec 2018, 1:05 PM
Paul Grasser
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