It is a time-honored tradition that when a programmer learns a new programming language his first code is to print the idiom - “Hello, World!”. It is a simple and a fun way to get to know the language. The print() function prints its input to the screen.
Notice the syntax – the print is followed by parentheses. Inside the parentheses the input is entered. It can be any input you desire (string, list, dictionary etc. Don't worry - you will know exactly the meaning of those terms in the next lessons)
Let’s start with the first example - try to execute the code below. You can rewrite it yourself!
#Hello, World! print("Hello, World!")
Print "python tutorial is a great website!"