Let's come back to strings. You already saw one in the beginning of the last tutorial.
How about your name? Type your first name in quotes like this:
As we said before, a string is a sequence of characters that can be processed by a computer. The string must always begin and end with the same character. This may be single (') or double (") quotes (there is no difference!) The quotes tell Python that what's inside of them is a string.
Strings can be strung together. Try this:
type=codeblock|id=py3_string_concat|autocreate=python3print("Hi there " + "Commonlounge")
Hi there Commonlounge
Notice how we had to end the first string ("Hi there ") with a space (" "). If we did not, then our result would be 'Hi thereCommonlounge', which isn't what we want.