A variable is a name given to any storage area or memory location in a program.
In simple words, we can say that a variable is a container that contains some information, and whenever we need that information, we use the name of that container to access it. Let's create a variable:
a = 34 # Variable storing an integer b = 23.2 # Variable storing real number
Here a and b are variables, and we can use a to access 34 and b to access 23.2. We can also overwrite the values in a and b
Primarily there are following data types in Python.
Examples of few valid variable names are harry, _demo, de_mo, etc.
Python is a fantastic language that automatically identifies the type of data for us. It means we need to put some data in a variable, and Python automatically understands the kind of data a variable is holding. Cool, isn't it?
Have a look at the code below:
type() Function in Python: type() function is a function that allows a user to find data type of any variable. It returns the data type of any data contained in the variable passed to it.
Have a look at the code below which depicts the use of type function:
Note – We can't do arithmetic operations of numbers with strings i.e. we can't add a string to any number. Have a look at the example below:
Note – We can add (concatenate) two or more strings and the strings will be concatenated to return another string. Heres the example showing that:
Typecasting is a way to change the data type of one data to another i.e. it changes the data type of any variable to some other data type.
I know it's a bit confusing but let me tell you in a simple manner. Suppose there is a string "34" (note string not integer since it is enclosed in double-quotes) and as we know we can't add this to an integer number let's say 6. But to do so we can typecast this string to int data type and then we can add 34+6 to get the output as 40. Have a look at the program below:
There are many functions to convert one data type into another type :
str() – this function allows us to convert some other data type into a string.
int() – this function allows us to convert some other data type into an integer. For example, str("34") returns 34 which is of type integer (int)
float() – this function allows us to convert some other data type into floating-point number i.e. a number with decimals.
input() Function – This function allows the user to receive input from the keyboard into the program as a string.
input() function always takes input as a string i.e. if we ask the user to input a number even then it will take it as a string and we will have to typecast it into another data type as per the use case.
If you enter 45 when input() is called, you will get "45" as a string
Quick Quiz: Create a program that takes two numbers as input from the user and then prints the sum of these numbers.
var1 = "54" var4 = "32" var2 = 4 var3 = 36.7 # print(100 * str(int(var1) + int(var4)) ) # print(100 * "Hello world\n") # print("Enter your number") # inpnum = input() # # print("You entered", int(inpnum)+10) """ str() int() float() """ """ Quiz - Solved in the video Exercise - Next video Project - Some awesome python utility """ # print(type(var1)) print("Enter first number") n1 = input() print("Enter second number") n2 = input() print("Sum of these two numbers is", int(n1) + int(n2))
x= input("enter the first number") y= input("enter the second number") print("addition of the two numbers=", int(x)+ int(y))
var1="54" print(100* str(var1 \n)) sir isme new line character work nhi karta kya
print(100 * str(int(var1) +int (var2))) how can use \n in this code
num1 = int(input("Enter First Number ")) num2 = int(input("Enter Second Number ")) print("Result of ", num1, '+', num2, "is", num1+num2)
#Quiz 01 # Start Code print("\nPlease Enter Your First Number: ", end="") x = input() print("Please Enter Your Second Number: ", end="") y = input() z = int(x)+int(y) print("\nYour First Number is: " + x + ", " + "Your Second Number is: " + y + "\n") print("Addition: " + x + " + " + y + " = ", end="") print(z) #End Code #Muhammad Shoaib
num1 = input() num2 = input() print("the output is", int(num1) + int(num2))
print("Enter first number:") a = int(input()) print("Enter second number:") b = int(input()) print("The sum is:",a+b)
#Exercise 1 print("Enter the first number:") num1=input() print("Enter the second number:") num2=input() print("The sum of both the numbers:",int(num1)+int(num2))
#sorry watching late by raghav # calculator for addtion print("Enter first number") num1 = input() print("Enter second number") num2 = input() print(num1, end='+') print(num2, end='=') print(int(num1) + int(num2))
#sorry watching late # calculator for addtion print("Enter first number") num1 = input() print("Enter second number") num2 = input() print(num1, end='+') print(num2, end='=') print(int(num1) + int(num2))
harry sir , please suggest a book of python for beginners
Full Notes and Source Code: https://github.com/Optimized-World/Complete-Python-Tutorial-and-Notes
print("Enter number 1:") num1 = int(input()) print("Enter number 2:") num2 = int(input()) print("The sum of the two numbers is: ", (num1 + num2))
print("enter your first number") num = input() print("enter your secound number") num1 = input() print("Your result is",int(num)+int(num1)
We can also use eval
print("Enter a number") #this is a caluclator c1 = input() print("Enter a second number") c2 = input() #adding your two given numbers print("this is your added numbers",int(c1) + int(c2))
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