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What is used to represent Strings in Python? Is double quotes used for String representation or single quotes used for String representation in Python?

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Using Single Quotes (')

You can specify strings using single quotes such as 'Quote me on this' . All white space i.e. spaces and tabs are preserved as-is.

Using Double Quotes (")

Strings in double quotes work exactly the same way as strings in single quotes. An example is "What's your name?"

Using Triple Quotes (''' or """)

You can specify multi-line strings using triple quotes. You can use single quotes and double quotes freely within the triple quotes. An example is

'''This is a multi-line string. This is the first line.

This is the second line.

"What's your name?," I asked.

He said "Bond, James Bond."

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