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I have recently started studying Python, but I couldn't find how to implement multi-line comments. Most languages have block comment symbols like

/* 

*/

I tried this in Python, but it throws an error, so this probably is not the correct way. Does Python actually have a multiline comment feature?

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To create a multiline comments in Python you can use triple-quoted strings. You can use either three double-quotes or three triple-quote. 

 s = """ this is a very 

       long string if I had the 

       energy to type more and more ..."""

It is important to indent the leading “""appropriately to avoid an IndentationError.

To know more about this you can have a look at the following video tutorial:-

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