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In Python, keywords are predefined and reserved words with specific meanings. The syntax of the code is defined by keywords. The keyword can't be used as a variable name, function name, or identifier.

Python is a general-purpose, high-level programming language that is currently one of the most popular languages. This article will go over some of the most common Python keywords:

  • Value Keywords: True, False, None.
  • Operator Keywords: and, or, not, in, is.
  • Control Flow Keywords: if, elif, else.
  • Iteration Keywords: for, while, break, continue, else.
  • Structure Keywords: def, class, with, as, pass, lambda.
  • Returning Keywords: return, yield.
  • Import Keywords: import, from, as.

Python is a great programming language for beginners. Keywords in Python are generally case sensitive and they must be typed in the same case as it appears in the code. If you type a keyword incorrectly, you will get an error message. Additionally, Python automatically assigns values to variables and there is no need for declaration of variables before use.

Python is a programming language which is used for creating things such as games, apps and websites. Keywords are used to tell the computer what to do. It can be difficult at first to understand how keywords work, but it will get easier with practice.

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