Python3 Comments


Make sure to use the correct style for modules, functions, methods and inline comments.

There are single-line comments and multi-line comments in Python:

Single-line comments in Python begin with # , for example:

# This is a comment
print("Hello, World!")

Multi-line comments with three single quotes ''' or three double quotes """ , they should enclose the comments, for example:

1. Single quotation mark (''')


#!/usr/bin/python3
'''
This is a multi-line comment, with three single quotes
This is a multi-line comment, with three single quotes
This is a multi-line comment, with three single quotes
This is a multi-line comment, with three single quotes
This is a multi-line comment, with three single quotes
'''
print("Hello, World!")

2. Double quotes (""")

#!/usr/bin/python3
"""
This is a multi-line comment, with three double quotes
This is a multi-line comment, with three double quotes
This is a multi-line comment, with three double quotes
This is a multi-line comment, with three double quotes
This is a multi-line comment, with three double quotes
"""
print("Hello, World!")