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That was our first multi-line piece of code, and the way to enter it at a Python prompt is a little different. First, type the <code>if True:</code> part, and hit enter. The next line will have <code>...</code> as a prompt, instead of the usual <code>&gt;&gt;&gt;</code>. This is Python telling us that we are in the middle of a <b>code block</b>, and so long as we indent our code it should be a part of this code block.
 
That was our first multi-line piece of code, and the way to enter it at a Python prompt is a little different. First, type the <code>if True:</code> part, and hit enter. The next line will have <code>...</code> as a prompt, instead of the usual <code>&gt;&gt;&gt;</code>. This is Python telling us that we are in the middle of a <b>code block</b>, and so long as we indent our code it should be a part of this code block.
  
Type 4 spaces, and then type <code>print "I'm True!"</code>. Hit enter to end the line, and hit enter again to tell Python you are done with this code block. All together, it will look like this:
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Type 4 spaces, and then type <code>print "I'm True!"</code>. Hit enter to end the line, and hit enter again to tell Python you are done with this code block. All together, it will look something like this:
  
 
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