In programming, it is a tradition to write “Hello World!” in your first program. This was influenced by the 1978 book “The C Programming Language”, in which an example program prints “hello, world” for the first time. Since then, it has also become a popular way of illustrating the basic syntax of a (new) programming language.
Your first Python program will carry on this tradition. Write a simple script called `helloworld.py`, which should print the exact string “Hello World!” to the screen using Python’s `print` function.
-!- CODE language-bash -!-$ python3 helloworld.py