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i=10 i() -- it gives an error int is not callable why?

why int or str is not callable?

4/17/2019 3:22:34 AM

Yogesh Mhaskule

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You can call a function. You just can't call a data type...

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I think you can print I without a function but not in SoloLearn. And you can't call objects, you can call methods, functions and classes, but of an object, you only can get their attributes.

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It's an object anyway. Then it's Datatype? why python won't allow this? let's say I want print string using same way as my question I = "hello" I() I want output "hello" without creating any function.

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Your avatar is so cute