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What Is a String?
In the first chapter, you learned how to make Python output the message
"Hello, Python!". This message is called a string. In Python, strings represent textual data (they may contain numbers too).
To store text in Python, you need to enclose it within quotation marks (single or double). For example, we can save the word Python within the
language variable and output it.
Note that using quotation marks is compulsory. If you don't use them, then an error will be raised.
Assign the course name ('Introduction to Python') to the
course variable and output it.