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string and integer

please what they mean by (string) and (integer), a simple explecation please im just a beginner 🙏🏻❤️

12/1/2020 9:02:17 PM

Meriame Oubak

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Anything which is written between double quotes "" is string in python str and all negative, positive numbers including zero is integer also called int. Eg - >>> "I am String" 'I am String' >>> -5 # a int -5

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That is stated in the first lessons of every course, and you already started the Python tutorial.

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thank you guys and good luck💪🏻

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String "sequence of characters" represented in single quote like 'str' or double quotes like "str" in python... Integer : whole numbers ex : -1,-4,0, 4444,77777777777777

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Any number (positive or negative) is called integer Like 10 or -5 or 0 or 100000 x = 5 We can say x is a integer variable Or a variable whose value is integer 5 If you have decimal point value it become float y = 4.3 And here y is a float In simple words, Any text is a string if it is letters, numbers, special charactors, etc But we assign string inside a single ' or double quotes " message = "hi!" here message is a string Message = "123" It also remain a string because it is surrounded by a quotes Python assume it as a text In python integers are refer as int And string are refer as str

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but i didn't understand ir really :/

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https://www.sololearn.com/Course/Python/?ref=app Read the strings and variables lesson.

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In python, string is any text in between quotes. e.g x = "45" Here, 45 is a string because its between quotes. They are represented by str in python Integers are just positive or negative whole numbers. They are represented by int in python

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String is for text Integer is for numbers. Used for calculations (+, -, *, / etc.) Integer can store only whole numbers. For fractional numbers like 0.5, 3.141 etc. you need to use float