Sihat is the difference between three quotation marks and hash in phyton

Two ways used in phyton to differentiate comment statement with a line of command code

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Hi @Dalisha,

Usually, in Python, when you want to comment something, as you’ve mentioned you used the hash symbol - #.

In regards to Quotation marks, they are used when you want to specify some string, text or similar stuff. Let me show you an example:

Quotation marks

variable = "This is a string"


# The bellow variable is commented by the use of the hash symbol. 
# variable = "This is a string"

Regards, KFSys

""" also lets you do multi-line comments