What does the double quotation marks mean in python?
The search engine will search for that specific word sequence .
Typically, if the words are your own you do not need to enclose them in quotation marks. However, if you specifically mean the words to be understood as dialogue, you should put quotation marks around them.
What is this supposed to mean? Are you missing some quotation marks? If not then this makes no sense.
If you mean CD like CD player, then no.
yes so you know what they mean
If you mean these quotation marks " when written after a number then they stand for inches, if you mean this type of mark ' then that means feet. If you mean something else then I'm sorry I can't help.
If you mean that he thought the words "it is cold" then yes. If you mean that it was cold in his opinion, but he didn't necessarily think those specific words, then no. You use quotation marks the same way that you would if somebody was speaking out loud.
They don't mean anything, there just quotation marks.
Depends on how you mean. "Go away!" Billy shouted at Tom. OR Sally was an utter failure at placing quaotation marks in sentences.
I am assuming you mean CMD. In which case just type "Help" without the quotation marks.
, Under 12s, South of England' third-place certificate" what does the words in the quotation marks mean?
Quotation marks around a word or phrase are often a little joke between the writer and the reader, to the effect that the word or phrase does not really mean what it is supposed to mean. When read aloud, such quotation marks are properly pronounced so-called, as in "compassionate" Conservative. In speech, however, instead of saying "so-called", some people hold up their hands with two fingers slightly curved inward, to indicate quotation marks while speaking… Read More
One ' (an apostrophe) means feet and 2 " (quotation marks) means inches.
There are many uses for quotation marks. The most common is mark a direct quotation from someone (or some source such as a book). In the US, double quotes " are used first, and then single '; in the UK and elsewhere it's the other way around. The second set would be to mark a quote inside a quote, such as: The New York Times said "The witness claimed, 'I didn't recognize anyone.'" Quotation marks… Read More
The quotation marks change the first consonant in the syllable. E.g. ka, ki, ku, ke, ko becomes ga, gi, gu, ge, go. (s becomes z, t becomes d, h becomes b....) If you mean the small circle on the bottom right of a character, that is the same as a period in english. It marks the end of a sentence.
dialogue is where two or more characters are having a conversation. when dialogue is used in a ( play ) it uses quotation marks.
The little circle means degrees. An apostrophe refers to minutes- a sixtieth of a degree, or about 1.15 miles. The quotation marks mean a second- one sixtieth of a minute.
* means multiply in Python.
The quotation is exactly as in the original.
It means you really want the answer.
It depends which python you mean. The scientific name for the group they belong to is Pythonidae. Some individual species are Python sebae (African Rock Python), Python regius (Royal python) & Python molurus (Burmese python)
It's most likely stretch marks, but you should check with your doctor to double check. Or your pregnant or your husband bit to hard!!
It is by the practitioner Brecht, it freezed the rest of the stage action and focuses on one person or a group of people. If still confused look up dislocation of action.
Well, it kind of depends on what scripture quotation you are talking about.
I assume you mean to print it as if it were in an essay, if that's not what you mean than ignore my answer. You would put the title in quotation marks, ex: "The Scream" is a well known painting.
If you mean a limerick inserted into another narrative or block of text, the first choice would be to put it in italics. The second choice would be quotation marks.
It means that python will print(or write out) a value you input.
To get any definition, go to a search engine such as google.com and type in the words "define rampage" or whatever you want the definition for, without the quotation marks. Rampage means violently angry and destructive behavior.
The dots are vowels and other marks that indicate double letters, sound changes, and apiration changes.
Extended quotations are quotations that are long. Typically, you would block quote extended quotations if they take more than four lines on a page of text. Block quoting sets the quote apart from the rest of the essay or text. Remember not to use quotation marks around a blocked quote. (Some schools and colleges like any quotation of more than two lines, or any long quotation that disrupts the flow of the main body of… Read More
It is diyin yá naalʼaʼí . Literally a messenger from god. Diyin means god or holy spirit being. The marks above mean high tone. The marks between mean the glottal stop consonant. The double vowels mean you say it for longer.
A person who raids or pillages for spoils. In other words, a person who attacks others to steal from them. To get any definition, go to google.com and type in "define marauder" or whatever you need the definition of, without the quotation marks.
Quotation is a of part description
A double quotation mark, as in 5", means "inches - an old-fashioned unit of length equal to 2.54 cm. A single quotation mark, as in 3', means "feet", an old fashioned unit of length equal to 12 inches or 30.48 cm.
If you mean the computer language... www.python.org/
The name Laura is not in the Bible. Therefore it has no meaning "in the Bible." You can find out the meaning of the name Laura by asking "What does the name Laura mean?" (without quotation marks) and putting the question in the Name Meanings category, here: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/FAQ/3683
Depends! (If the sentence starts and ends inside the brackets the punctuation does too.) If the sentence is part in (and part out) the punctuation goes outside the brackets. It is the same with quotation marks (look in a newspaper and you'll see what I mean).
Ball pyhton means royal python. It has got his name by curling into a ball when they are stressed.
if you mean from the beginning of a sentence yes then you would have to anyway because its at the beginning of the sentence anyway.always capitalize the first word of a quotation if needed.
What do you mean a Menu System... do you mean the GUI
A quotation is an exact, word-for-word exerpt from a speech, book, dramatic script of other use of language.
It depends what you mean and what your instructor's style book says. If you are talking about the characters, as in "Romeo and Juliet are just a couple of crazy mixed-up kids." you should not add quotation marks. However, if you are talking about the title of the play by Shakespeare, you should mark it as a title. Quotation marks are one way of showing that it is a title, but not the only way… Read More
"Quote unquote" is a phrase used to place verbal quotation marks around the following word, usually to convey scepticism about the validity or truth of that phrase. "According to PETA quote unquote 'experts', eating meat is bad for you."
Where? - If you mean in Google, just try it out! Open Google, type "Harry Potter" (including the quotation marks - this makes sure the words will be searched in that exact order, with no other words in between), and look at the results.
I don't see three arrows down as any typical proofreading mark. Is it possible that what you are seeing as three down arrows is an indication to insert quotation marks? That's the closest idea that I can come up with. You may need to consult with your proofreader to clarify the symbol. (If someone's willing to read and make marks on your work, s/he will be happy to clarify those marks' meanings.)
Inspector marks, assy marks, proof marks
The sides with the same marks are equal.
Snakes are not domesticated, which means that they do not recognize humans as part of their family. You are prey to a snake - you will never be seen as the snake's friend. Being "mean" is natural behavior for a python and you will not be able to change that.
You mean a Royal python - from it's assigned Latin name of Python regius - Drop me an email through my profile - and I'll answer soon as I get it.