1. # This is a comment. -- Comment

    All characters after “#” are ignored by Python unless implicit line joining is invoked.

  2. """ This is a multi-line “comment” (actually a string literal). # Multi-line comment

    Multi-line string literals can be used in lieu of multi-line comments.

  3.     It spans multiple lines until ended.
  4. """  # Multi-line comment terminator
  5. a = 0  # int Numeric Type

    This is the “int” standard object type.

    It allows any integer value, positive or negative.

    ints can be instantiated by declaration or with the int() function.


  6. a = int()  #


  7. b = 0.0  # float Numeric Type

    This is the “float” standard object type.

    It allows any floating-point value, positive or negative, bounded by the precision of the system.

    Floats can be instantiated by declaration or with the float() function.


  8. b = 1j  # complex Numeric Type

    This is the “complex” standard object type.

    It allows any complex value, positive or negative, bounded by the precision of the system.

    Complex numbers have some funny accessors.

    Floats can be instantiated by declaration or with the complex() function.