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(a) Suppose you want to print a line full of '#' characters. For simplicity, let’s say that a line can have only 80 characters. One way is to create a long string to be printed. How would you do it more elegantly in Python using the plus operation (+) of strings? (b) Suppose you want to print a column full of '#' characters. For simplicity, let’s say that a column could have only 30 characters. Similar to (a), how would you do it more elegantly in Python using the mulitply operation (*) of strings? Hint: Use the newline character (‘\n’).

(a) Suppose you want to print a line full of '#' characters. For simplicity, let’s say that a line can have only 80 characters. One way is to create a long string to be printed. How would you do it more elegantly in Python using the plus operation (+) of strings?

(b) Suppose you want to print a column full of '#' characters. For simplicity, let’s say that a column could have only 30 characters. Similar to (a), how would you do it more elegantly in Python using the mulitply operation (*) of strings? Hint: Use the newline character (‘\n’).

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