The first code a programmer usually writes in a new language is the Hello World program. It simply displays “Hello World” on the screen, which is a good indication that everything works and the developer has a basic understanding of the tools at hand.
First, open a new Editor window in SyMAT. From the Run menu, choose the language you want to write in.
We are using the print function to display text, which we place in quotes to separate it from other code.
The semicolon (;) at the end of the code tells SyMAT where the end of the command is. To save space, sometimes you might want to put multiple commands on one line. That's why the semicolon is needed.
Run the code. You should see Hello World! in the Output window.
For Python, the code is almost the same. Simply remove the semicolon from the end of the line. Python uses the invisible newline character (what you get when you press Enter or Return) instead of a semicolon. This means you cannot have multiple Python commands on a single line.
Here are some other things you can try: