In python, you can create a string by surrounding your text in a quotes.
myString = 'Hello World' myString2 = "Hello, World" myString3 = '''Hello World''' myString4 = """Hello world"""
We can see that we have quite a few options here:
The main reason for double quotes, is that you can use them to have multiple lines.
myMultiString = """ This is a multiline comment Some more stuff goes here """
Another way to create string is to use the string function. Here are some quick examples:
str(100) str(100.5) str(False)
str() function will convert values into string. There is much more we can do with the string funciton though, but we will save that for later.