In Python, an “unterminated string literal” error occurs when you have a string that is not properly closed with a matching quote character. This can happen if you forget to include the closing quote, or if the closing quote is accidentally omitted due to a typo or other error in your code.
To fix this error, you need to locate the line of code where the error occurred and add the missing quote character to close the string. Here’s an example:
#Example code with unterminated string literal error my_string = "Hello, world! print(my_string)
When you try to run this code, you’ll get an error message like this:
SyntaxError: EOL while scanning string literal
This error is indicating that the string on the first line is missing a closing quote. To fix it, you can simply add a closing quote to the end of the string like this:
# Fixed code with properly terminated string literal my_string = "Hello, world!" print(my_string)
Once you make this change, the error should go away and your code should run as expected.