#Symbol is very special in Python. It shadows everything that comes after it on the same line. It basically tells Python to ignore everything that comes after the
#symbol. It is especially useful for typing human-readable comments inside the code and explaining what each part does.
# This is a comment - this line will be ignored name = input() # Read the name age = input() # Read the age # Now we will print everything print(name, age, sep=' -- ') # The end of the program
Python ignores all the blank lines. It also ignores all the lines that start with
#. It also ignores all the text that comes after the
# a = input() print('hello')
This program will just print
hello. It won’t get the
input()as that line starts with a
#, and therefore, is treated as a comment.
Write a program that would print each day of the week on a separate line (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday) and write a comment next to each