I'm making this topic because I am trying hard to learn python, and I am determined to succeed this time. So I don't have to create a new topic every time I have a question, I'm creating this so that whenever I have a programming question I can just post here to make it easy for me and for anyone who is willing to help me.
Right now I'm reading learn python the hard way, I did exercise zero and one and the study drills in exercise one. Exercise one is just printing text to the screen which I did. It said to put a # character at the beginning of one of the lines which I did, I know you use the # character to write a comment in python. My question is- one of the study drills says to make my script only print one of the lines of my script to the screen. So how do I do that? The only thing I can think to do is put a # character at the beginning of each line to make them comments and just leave one line without a # character so it only prints that line. Is this the correct way to do this? I can't think of any other way to make the script print only one line of text. If there is another way could you please tell me?
What are you doing! Don't think, shoot!