We covered how to create multiline strings in the Ruby programming language, but what about if you're using Python? Well in Python there are two ways to create a multiline string.
Triple Quotes for a Multiline Python String
You can use a triple quote or triple double-quote to create a multiline string in Python:
multiline = ''' a string with many lines in python. ''' multiline = """ You can use double-quotes for a multiline string too, and "quotes" within the 'string'. """
Brackets to Enclose a Multiline String
The other way is to use a bracket to enclose multiple strings that use single or double quotes:
multiline = ( 'first' 'second' ) multiline = ( "hello" "world" )
You will need to add a '\n' at the end of each line to preserve the newlines. Just like this:
multiline = ("first line\n" "second line\n" )