why variables don't have data type?
2/25/2018 11:13:29 AM
they are automatically assigned, it's just how python is made, simple elegant and only requires minimum amount of code, rest Python does for you :)
they do kinda you just don't have to pre define the data type for the variable
The variables data type are determined by their value assigned. This way a variable is flexible in its use, such as where an integer may be useful here then a float may be useful there.
It can't show the variable i've made
Python is best I't dont like any language
Becasuse we asaign a value to a variable and we decide what type of value we give to it
Nasıl yok var
Only when you declare the values, the variables can be classified
Python is a dynamic language
Depends on the values assigned to the variables
Bcuz they change their data types according to the output value
Python are lots of built in libraries and packages
They have a data type dependent on what you initialize them to be
Python is not like other languages
This is python rule .
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