Introduction
Quick recap
2. Strings in Python
Indexing and slicing
Summary

## Instruction

In Python, strings are text values in single ('sample text') or double quotes ("sample text"). There is no difference between these two notations; whichever you use, simply try to stay consistent. In this course, we'll stick to single quotes.

greeting = 'Hello, world!'
print(greeting)


The code above creates a new variable named greeting and prints its value to the output.

## Exercise

Create a variable named species with the following content: Aspidites melanocephalus

### Stuck? Here's a hint!

Remember to put the content inside single quotes.