How to use 'python comment multiple lines' in Python

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182def reindentComment(self, stc, ln, dedent_only):
183 cursor = stc.GetCurrentPos()
184 fc = stc.PositionFromLine(ln)
185 lc = stc.GetLineEndPosition(ln)
186 text = stc.GetTextRange(fc, lc)
187 count = len(text)
188 pos = 0
189 while pos < count and text[pos] == ' ':
190 pos += 1
191 stc.SetTargetStart(fc)
192 stc.SetTargetEnd(lc)
193 stc.ReplaceTarget(text[pos:count])
194 cursor -= pos
195 return cursor
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152def comment(s):
153 out = str()
154 for line in s.splitlines():
155 out += '% ' + line + '\n'
156 return out

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