The Only Answer of " is python case sensitive? when dealing with identifiers " ?
Python is an easy-to-learn programming language. It has a user-friendly environment a beginner can effortlessly learn python, python has the simplest syntax there is no need to add semi colon at the end of each line of code like in other programming languages, and the way of declaring different functions, loops, variables, methods, libraries is also very easy but if we talk about declaring identifiers using any name and symbol in python so the answer will be no.
A big ‘NO’ because Python is a case-sensitive language and it does not allow the declaration of an identifier with a symbol, integer, or the keywords of python.