To a complete newbie, the first thing that would blow his mind, would be having anything printed on the black terminal screen. Full hacker vibes I tell you.
In python the keyword 'print()' is what's used to display any information to the user.
print("Hello World") #String need quotations print('Hello World') #Single or double quotations print("Hello 'World' !") #To have quotes within quotes use different ones print(13) #Numbers don't need quotes
Variable are used to store a piece of code or value under a label which can be used later on your code. In python, by convention we use snake_case to for variable names. To declare a variable, simply assign the value to the name.
my_var_name = "WiFi"
Along with just printing and storing data, we also need a way to get the data from the user. We do this through the 'input()' function. The value it receives can be stored to a variable or used directly.
#using it directly in code print("Hello" + input("What is your name")) #saving it to a variable name = input("What is your name?") print("Hello" + name)
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