It seems like you’ve entered the Python multiplication operator `*`

twice without operands. In Python, the `*`

operator is used for various purposes depending on how it’s used. Here are a few common use cases:

- Multiplication of Numbers:

You can use`*`

to multiply numbers together. For example:

` result = 2 * 3 # This will result in 6`

- Exponentiation:

You can use`**`

for exponentiation. For example:

` result = 2 ** 3 # This will result in 8 (2 raised to the power of 3)`

- Unpacking:

In some cases,`*`

can be used for unpacking elements from lists or tuples. For example:

```
my_list = [1, 2, 3, 4]
a, b, *rest = my_list # a = 1, b = 2, rest = [3, 4]
```

If you have a specific question or a context in which you want to use `* *`

, please provide more details, and I’ll be happy to help.