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Introduction to Python

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In the first chapter, you learned how to display the message "Hello world!" in Python. This message is known as a string. In Python, strings are used to store text, which can also include numbers.

To store text in Python, you need to surround it with quotation marks (either single or double). For instance, you can store the word "Python" in the language variable and then display it:

Note

Quotation marks are mandatory. If you omit them, you'll get an error.

If you want to change an object into a string type, use the str() function.


Task

Assign the course name 'Introduction to Python' to the variable course and output it.

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Fill in the blanks to complete the task.

# Create variable course

# Output course variable value
print(course)
Introduction to Python

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Section 2. Chapter 7