print( ''' This is a test ''' ) print( ''' So it works like a multi-line comment, but it will print out. You can make kewl designs like this: ============== | | | | | BOX | | | | | ============== ''' )
The idea of multi-line printing in Python is to be able to easily print across multiple lines, while only using 1 print function, while also printing out exactly what you intend. Sometimes, when making something like a text-based graphical user interface, it can be quite tedious and challenging to make everything line up for you. This is where multi-line printing can be very useful.
If you use IDLE, it should look right. If you use the embedded console, it'll probably be a bit messed up. Feel free to try to fix if you like!