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Pyhton Escape Sequences

An Escape Sequence character in Python is a sequence of characters that represents a single character.
It doesn't represent itself when used inside string literal or character.
It is composed of two or more characters starting with backslash \ but acts as a single character. Example \n depicts a new line character.

Some more examples of escape sequence characters are shown below:

Commonly Used Escape Sequences:


#Please dont remove this line
This is a
Multiline Comment
This is a comment

print("Python is a programming language \n addition is 88") #comment after statement


Python is a programming language
addition is 88


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