Regarding the pass statements in Python, it seems to be very simple, and even beginners without any prior programming experience can quickly grasp its usage. If you’re a beginner in Python and I suggest you read control statements in Python first, to know about the pass, break and continue statements.
The introduction of the pass statement in the official document is very straightforward, and the following three examples can let us quickly understand how to use it:
To put it simply, pass is a null operation. And when the interpreter reaches it, it skips without doing anything except checking whether the syntax is legal.
However, suppose you know other languages like CPP, java, etc. In that case, you may be curious that Why does Python have such a unique pass statement, but other languages don't?
Is it to solve the common problems that most programming languages have to face, or because it has its own new discoveries, it creates a new feature.