Punctuators In Python Programming

Last updated January 31, 2024 by Jarvis Silva

Want to know what are punctuators in python programming, then you are at the right place today, In this tutorial I will tell you about punctuators in python, so follow this tutorial till the end.

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What are punctuators in python?

Punctuators are nothing but symbols used in programming languages to organize sentence structures, and indicate the rhythm and emphasis of expressions, statements and program structure.

Examples of punctuators in python: ‘, “, #, \, /, (, ), [, ], {, }, @, ;, :, . Etc.

Above are some examples of punctuators as you can see they are symbols which we use in python syntax for writing strings, comments, defining functions, lists, tuples etc.

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