How to comment out a block of code in Python
In Python, you can comment out a block of code by using the "#" symbol at the beginning of each line. For example:
# This is a comment # print("This line of code will not be executed")
Another way to comment out multiple lines of code at once is to use triple quotes
""". This can be used for both single or multiple line comments.
""" This is a multi-line comment that can span multiple lines """
Alternatively, you can also use the
''' for multiple line comments.
''' This is a multi-line comment that can span multiple lines '''
Please note that, comments have no effect on the execution of code, they are only for human readers to understand the code.