Fix Python – Understanding repr( ) function in Python

repr(): evaluatable string representation of an object (can “eval()”
it, meaning it is a string representation that evaluates to a Python
In other words:
>>> x = ‘foo’
>>> repr(x)


Why do I get the double quotes when I do repr(x)? (I don’t get them
when I do str(x))
Why do I get ‘foo’ when I do eval(“‘foo'”) and not x ….