How to Comment Multiple Lines of Code in Python Using Sublime Text?

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To comment multiple lines of code in Python using Sublime Text, you can use a keyboard shortcut or a menu option. Here’s how you can do it:

  1. Keyboard Shortcut:
    • Select the lines of code you want to comment.
    • Press Ctrl+/ on Windows or Cmd+/ on macOS.
    • The selected lines will be commented out with a # character at the beginning of each line.
  2. Menu Option:
    • Select the lines of code you want to comment.
    • Go to the “Edit” menu at the top of the Sublime Text window.
    • Select “Comment” and then “Toggle Comment” from the dropdown menu.
    • The selected lines will be commented out with a # character at the beginning of each line.

Using either method, you can quickly comment out multiple lines of code in Sublime Text. Remember to save your changes before executing or running your Python code.

Please note that the exact steps may vary slightly depending on the version of Sublime Text you are using.

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