A string in Python is a collection of Unicode characters. Unicode was created to encompass all characters in all languages and bring encoding standardisation. Python Unicode is a good place to start learning about Unicode.
Put the series of characters inside single quotes, double quotes, or triple quotations to make a string, and then assign it to a variable. In the Python variables tutorial, you can learn how variables operate in Python. You can assign the character 'a' to the variable single quote character, for example.
A string is a data type that is often implemented as an array data structure of bytes (or words) that records a succession of elements, usually characters, using some character encoding. More general arrays or other sequence (or list) data types and structures can also be represented by strings.
The simplest way to make a string is to type: "Hello world!" is a string literal in this case—a series of characters in your code encased in double quotes.
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