Python has a very straightforward syntax. It encourages programmers to program without boilerplate (prepared) code. The simplest directive in Python is the "print" directive - it simply prints out a line (and also includes a newline, unlike in C).
The Python 2.X versions and Python 3.X version actually differ - in Python 2.X, the "print" command is not a function, and therefore it is invoked without parentheses. However, in Python 3.X, it is a function.
This tutorial uses Python 2.X, which allows you to print a line without parentheses.
To print a line, simply write:
print "This line will be printed."
Use the "print" command to print the line "Hello, World!".
print "Goodbye, World!"