"Hello, World!" is a simple python program that outputs the string "Hello, World!" to the screen. When learning a new programming language, it is often used as the first program to write, as it illustrates the basic syntax and structure of the language. This tutorial explains how to print the string Hello, World!" in Python.

In Python, you can write "Hello, World!" using the print function:

Example Program:

print("Hello, World!")

To run this  "Hello, World!" python program, you need to have Python installed on your computer and save the code to a file with a .py extension (e.g., hello.py). Then, you can run the program by using the Python interpreter on the command line, such as:

python hello.py

The above python program will output the string "Hello, World!" to the screen.

Alternatively, you can also use single quotes to define the string:

Example Program:

print('Hello, World!')

You can also use triple quotes to define a multi-line string, in which case you can also use single or double quotes to define the string.

Example Program:

print('''Hello,
World!''')

print("""Hello,
World!""")

Program Output:

D:\python hello.py
Hello,
World!
Hello,
World!