Creating a File
Sure. Before I do this, I’m going to do a different command to just clear the screen, which is just
clear. And that brings me back up to the top, so it’s a bit easier to see what I’m typing. So, nothing happened here.
01:04 If I scroll, you can still see, like, everything’s still there. It really just moves the screen to the top so that you have more space to type and see what you’re typing. Cool. Perfect. That’s handy. Yeah.
01:39 I said I have to use the right quotes. That’s just because I want to use double quotes in here in the string for Python. I could also swap this around, so I could use double quotes out here and then single quotes inside. Perfect.
So that’s basically like within Python code as well, that you have to be cautious of your quotation marks. And if I just ran this like that, actually—well, I’m going to take a little detour, sorry, Philipp. No, go for it. This is just going to print it out, you see? Like, if I say
echo, it’s a command.
It’s kind of like the
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