Hey there, I can't understand comment and uncomment.can anybody help me?

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Hello and welcome.
Comments are basically used to add a note or explanation to the code below it, and then when you come back to read the code it will be easy to understand because you can’t memorize everything. Comments will not get executed. You can also comment a piece of code and they won’t get executed.
Here is an example of commenting in HTML:

<!-- Dont change the paragraph below -->
<p>This is a paragraph.</p>
<!-- Only the paragraph will get executed -->

<p>This is a paragraph.</p><!-- This is a paragraph . -->
how is it going?
It's been a long time.</p></pre><!-- This  is a multi-line paragraph -->

Sure thing.Here’s a lil explanation for you.
Comments are basically used to state or explain a part of your code.
Uncomment is basically the rest of your code.

This is a paragraph.

YO! how is it going? It's been a long time.

Comments are generally ways to remember or mark something in your lines of code . They are not compiled, run or executed. The comments helps you write personalized information about the code. You can refer the example above. Also different languages have different ways to comment items.