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What do the three arrow (“>>>”) signs mean in python?

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/09/10

When starting to work with Python, a lot of examples contain the >>> characters on the first line often followed by ... characters on continuing lines.

They are about two things:

  1. interactive Python sessions
  2. doctest

The answers in [WayBack] What do the three arrow (“>>>”) signs mean in python? give insight in the various Python versions and how they prompt.

References from them:

–jeroen

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