Comments are used to explain code when the basic code itself isn't clear.
Python ignores comments, and so will not execute code in there, or raise syntax errors for plain english sentences.
Single-line comments begin with the hash character (
#) and are terminated by
the end of line.
# This is a single line comment in Python
print("Hello World") # This line prints "Hello World"
'''on either end. This is the same as a multiline string, but they can be used as comments:
""" This type of comment spans multiple lines. These are mostly used for documentation of functions, classes and modules. """