print()function. Functions have a unique name, and to use them, simply write their name followed by a pair of parentheses. Often, functions need extra information called arguments in order to work, which are included inside the parentheses. Example of printing a string, which is a sequence of characters:
print("Hello World!") # Hello World!
print(45) # 45 greeting = "hello" print(greeting) # hello
\n- creates a new line
\t- creates a tab
\tto indent, and
\nto create a new line:
print("\tHello\nWorld!") # Hello # World!
print("\tWelcome to my program"\n)