Saturday, February 17, 2018

Hello World

In python we can write "Hello World in one line":

print("Hello World!")

Another way we can do it is by declaring a variable holding the value ("Hello World"):

message = "Hello World"

print (message)

Values can also be concatenated by using the + sign. Let's create another variable with our name as the value:

message = "Hello World!"

myName = " My name is Programming Clue"

print(message + myName)

The output for this program will be:

Hello World! My name

Notice before "My name...." there is a blank space. This space was intentionally made  to separate both values.

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