How to print backslash with Python?

When I write:

print '\' or print "\" or print "'\'"

Python doesn't print me the backslash \ symbol.

What should I do to get the expected result?

You need to escape your backslash by preceding it with, yes, another backslash:

    print "\\"

The \ character is called an escape character, which interprets the character following it differently. For example, n by itself is simply a letter, but when you precede it with a backslash, it becomes \n, which is the newline character.

As you can probably guess, \ also needs to be escaped so it doesn't function like an escape character. You have to... escape the escape, essentially.

From: stackoverflow.com/q/19095796