Python Identifiers:

Python identifier is a name used to identify a variable function, class, module, or other object.
Identifier starts with a letter A to Z or a to z or an underscore (_) followed by zero or more letters, underscores, and digits (0 to 9).



Which it donot allow while declaring identifiers

Punctuation characters such as @, $, and % within identifiers.


Note

Python is a case sensitive programming language.

Example

SCANFTREE and scanftree are two different words.


Some Notifiable Conventions used in decalring an identifier

  1. Class names start with an uppercase letter and all other identifiers with a lowercase letter.
  2. Starting an identifier with a single leading underscore indicates by convention that the identifier is meant to be private.
  3. Starting an identifier with two leading underscores indicates a strongly private identifier.
  4. If the identifier also ends with two trailing underscores, the identifier is a language-defined special name.



Reserved Words

only and exec not
assert finally or break
for pass class from
print continue global raise
def if return del
import try elif in
while else is with
except lambda yield for



Lines and Indentation

Ooh ! There is no braces while writing the code then you are wondering that how will you manage the blocks of code.
Solution is here blocks are denoted by line indentation



Note

When you are writing a block then be careful about spaces before every line so that it appears in the same block. If it is.
For example:

if True:
    print "True"
else:
    print "False"
  



Be careful from not following the wrong approach, as

if True:
    print "scanftree"
    print "True"
else:
    print "scanftree"
  print "False"
  



Comment

whatever is written # followed by comment , is treated as comment


Example

  print 'sanftree.com' # this is a comment
  


In the next chapter you are going to learn some basic variables used in python


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