In Python, you can use escape character sequences to include special characters in strings. An escape character is a backslash () followed by a character that represents a special meaning, such as a newline or a quote.
Here is a list of some common escape character sequences in Python:
\r: Carriage return
\': Single quote
\": Double quote
Here are some examples of using escape character sequences in Python:
Copy code<code># Print a newline
# Print a tab
# Print a backslash
# Print a single quote
# Print a double quote
It’s also important to note that you can use triple quotes (single or double) to define a string that spans multiple lines, without having to use escape characters for newlines.
Here is an example of using triple quotes to define a multiline string:
Copy code<code>multiline = """This is a