To create string literals, enclose them in single, double, or triple quotes as follows:
a = "Hello World" b = 'Python is groovy' c = """What is footnote 5?"""
The same type of quote used to start a string must be used to terminate it. Triple-quoted strings capture all the text that appears prior to the terminating triple quote, as opposed to single- and double-quoted strings, which must be specified on one logical line. Triple-quoted strings are useful when the contents of a string literal span multiple lines of text such as the following:
print '''Content-type: text/html <h1> Hello World </h1> Click <a href="http://www.python.org">here</a>. '''
Strings are sequences of characters indexed by integers, starting at zero. To extract a ...