Pass statement is a null statement noting but a place holder for future code. The interpreter in python does not ignore the pass statement but sends the statement to no operation. Pass statement is used to ignore the compilation errors and to hold the place for code which you want to implement later.
For example, if you want to implement a class with some functions that you want to implement in future but not now.
def function1(self): pass
def function2(self): pass
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