Fix Python – How to write string literals in python without having to escape them?

Is there a way to declare a string variable in python such that everything inside of it is automatically escaped, or has its literal character value?
I’m not asking how to escape the quotes with slashes, that’s obvious. What I’m asking for is a general purpose way for making everything in a string literal so that I don’t have to manually go throu….

Fix Python – Why can’t Python’s raw string literals end with a single backslash?

Technically, any odd number of backslashes, as described in the documentation.
>>> r’\’
File ““, line 1
SyntaxError: EOL while scanning string literal
>>> r’\\’
>>> r’\\\’
File ““, line 1
SyntaxError: EOL while scanning string literal

It seems like the parser could just treat backsl….

Fix Python – What exactly do “u” and “r” string prefixes do, and what are raw string literals?

While asking this question, I realized I didn’t know much about raw strings. For somebody claiming to be a Django trainer, this sucks.
I know what an encoding is, and I know what u” alone does since I get what is Unicode.

But what does r” do exactly? What kind of string does it result in?
And above all, what the heck does ur” do?
Finally, is t….