Python doesn't officially support multi-line comments, but there is a way of implementing the same functionality using an existing language construct. Single line comments in Python are written like this:
I am currently in the process of learning Python, so I thought I would start a series of mini blog posts detailing different things that I have found useful whilst learning how to use the language.
To stop code execution in Python you first need to import the sys object. After this you can then call the exit() method to stop the program running. It is the most reliable, cross-platform way of stopping code execution. Here is a simple example.