This post is as a reference for Python reserved words.
Python reserved words have special meaning, and must only be used in regard to their special meaning. They include:
and not as global assert del while elif or else from with if pass break import class raise continue return def lambda yield except exec finally for try in is
You must not use these words as variables, because they already have a special command meaning for Python.
Python understands these commands like a trained dog understands “sit”. So again, you must not use Python reserved words as variables.
Program with Python Reserved Words
You can use one of these Python reserved words to write your first Python program.
print 'Hello World!'
This, of course, is the classic ‘Hello World!’ program, written in Python.