>>> '"Isn\'t," she said.'
+The interpreter prints the result of string operations in the same way as they
+are typed for input: inside quotes, and with quotes and other funny characters
+escaped by backslashes, to show the precise value. The string is enclosed in
+double quotes if the string contains a single quote and no double quotes, else
+it's enclosed in single quotes. The :keyword:`print` statement produces a more
+readable output for such input strings.
String literals can span multiple lines in several ways. Continuation lines can
be used, with a backslash as the last character on the line indicating that the
next line is a logical continuation of the line::