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Python integer declaration

How to declare an identifier as type integer ?

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Python is dynamically typed, which means that you don't have to declare what type each variable is. To assign the value 3 to the variable “num” just do: num = 3

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And it converts type for you too. Try in code playground : print(4/2) becomes a float