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An identifier begins with a letter from A to Z, or a to z, or an underscore (_), then zero or more letters, underscores, or numbers (0 to 9). Within identifiers, punctuation characters like @, $, and percent are not allowed. Python is a programming language that is case sensitive.

The Python syntax is a collection of principles that are utilised in Python programming to generate sentences. For example, in order to learn English, we must first understand grammar. Similarly, in order to master the Python language, you must first learn and comprehend the Python syntax.

In Python, a flag serves as a signal to the programme, indicating whether the programme as a whole or a specific piece should run. To put it another way, you can set the flag to True and the programme will run indefinitely until anything causes it to become False.

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