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Python: Define a string containing special characters in various forms

Python Basic: Exercise-92 with Solution

Write a Python program to define a string containing special characters in various forms.

Sample Solution :-

Python Code :

print()
print("\#{'}${\"}@/")
print("\#{'}${"'"'"}@/")
print(r"""\#{'}${"}@/""")
print('\#{\'}${"}@/')
print('\#{'"'"'}${"}@/')
print(r'''\#{'}${"}@/''')
print()

Sample Output:

\#{'}${"}@/                                                                                                   
\#{'}${"}@/                                                                                                   
\#{'}${"}@/                                                                                                   
\#{'}${"}@/                                                                                                   
\#{'}${"}@/                                                                                                   
\#{'}${"}@/

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