To comment out multiple lines of code simultaneously in Replit, you can use a keyboard shortcut. Here are the steps to do this:
- Highlight the lines of code that you want to comment out.
- Press the
Ctrlkey and the
/key simultaneously (on Windows and Linux) or the
Commandkey and the
/key simultaneously (on Mac).
This will add a
# symbol at the beginning of each selected line, which comments out the code. Here’s how your code will look like after commenting out the lines:
# 2d # 2+2+2 # print(‘2+2’) a=10 print(10)
In Replit, you can comment out a block of code by highlighting the code you want to comment and then pressing the “Ctrl” and “/” keys at the same time. This will add a comment symbol (#) to the beginning of each line of code, effectively commenting out the entire block
To comment a block of codes
1.you can add # in front of every line-this will keep the indentations too.
2.you can also you use control+/ to the chunk
One handy way to comment out multiple lines at once is using double quotes thrice like so:
""" 2d 2+2+2 print(‘2+2’) """ a=10 print(10)
This is going to skip the three lines in triple double quotes, and run the remaining.
Although technically this is not a comment, it is docstring. But is achieves the same.
Read more about it here.
Select the lines you want to comment out ,then
Use ‘Ctrl’ +’ /’
‘command’ +‘/’(MAC users)
You can comment different codes simultaneously by using (“”") before and after the chunk of comments to make it easier.
To comment a bunch of lines
Select all the lines you want to be commented out
Ctrl + / = Windows
Command + / = Mac
And you are done