• Comments

    Comments in programming are like notes that you can write down to help you remember things. It's like if you were doing a puzzle and wanted to remind yourself which piece goes where, then you would write it down on a piece of paper. Comments in programming are like that, except they go inside the code instead of on a separate piece of paper. They make sure that when someone else looks at your code, they know what each part does.

      • Single Line Comments

      • A single line comment is a non-executable string that hold one line of text (a word, phrase, sentence, or code).

      • Multiline Comments

      • A multiline line comment is a group of non-executable strings that hold one or more lines of text (phrases, sentences, or code).