Comments are like signposts which make a given code self-evident and highly readable. In Python, we can add single-line and multi-line Python comment. This tutorial will cover both these methods in detail. After reading this, you would know how to add a Python comment and which style to use.
Writing comments is a good programming practice. They are non-executable part of the code, yet quite essential in a program. These not only help other programmers working on the same project but the testers can also refer them for clarity on white-box testing.
It is best to add comments while you create or update a program otherwise you may lose the context. And comments written later may not be as effective as they should be.
PROGRAM HAS GIVEN BELOW
>>> t=[login to view URL]()
>>> screen=[login to view URL]()
>>> [login to view URL]("black")
>>> [login to view URL](30)
>>> for i in range(500):
[login to view URL](col[i%8])
[login to view URL](i*4)
[login to view URL](150)
[login to view URL](2)