I have recently started studying Python, but I couldn't find how to implement multi-line comments. Most languages have block comment symbols like
You can use triple-quoted strings. When they're not a docstring (first thing in a class/function/module), they are ignored.
''' This is a multiline comment. '''
Guido van Rossum (creator of Python) tweeted this as a "pro tip".
However, Python's style guide, PEP8, favors using consecutive single-line comments, and this is also what you'll find in many projects. Editors usually have a shortcut to do this easily.