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>>> float(input("Enter a number: ")) + float(input("Enter another number: "))

In type conversation someone to explain to me literally..with an example Cause I don't get the point..

4/23/2020 12:03:42 PM

Tonny

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Mention the language in tags ,ty

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Python

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So what you don't understand about type conversion? Like for example Input() returns string so you need to convert it to int type if you want integer input from user

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>>> float(input("Enter a number: ")) + float(input("Enter another number: ")) Here is an example can you work this for me

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You should do some self search and go through python course ,it's obviously converting a string input into float type, like 4.5 or 4 will simply return string and string works differently from integers or floats ,strings have different methods , so you will want to convert it to float type or whatever type so you can perform the desired operations on it

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In your example it's adding two float numbers