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When the input consists of numbers and strings should I put quotation marks 🤔

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10/27/2021 6:09:02 PM

Abdalrhman Alfayuomey

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Yes since it's a string it has to be in quotation marks.

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Which programming language? Please give an example input and explain what you want to do with the input.

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input is like this: my_input = input() output is like this: print("Output 4 you")

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The print statement is for output, not for input.

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If you write Print("I can count from 1 to 100") as your "input" to write a code, it is wrong. Because you have to write 'print' instead of 'Print'. If your code should use Print("I can count from 1 to 100") to take an input from an user, it is wrong. Because 'print' is an output, not an input.

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Yes, if you want to print some text on the console, this is right.

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Bro uh should try this one <3 my_input = input() output is like this: print("Output for you")

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print needs to be lower case but apart from that – your code should work

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In Python all input is of type string. If you want a different type you have to convert it. (I'm not entirely sure if this is what you want to know.)

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Because there is no input() statement.

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Currently I learning python For example : Print ("I can count from 1 to 100000") is that correct ? I'm sorry about my lame English 😅

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That's not the answer what I want I need to know if my input correct or not , thanks

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Don't expect people to put effort into helping you if you're not even willing to put any effort into asking your question. https://www.sololearn.com/Content-Creation-Guidelines? https://code.sololearn.com/Wv5gTHy1N6Ji/?ref=app https://www.sololearn.com/discuss/1316935/?ref=app https://code.sololearn.com/W3uiji9X28C1/?ref=app https://www.sololearn.com/discuss/333866/?ref=app

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It is correct – but there is no input in your code?

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Do you want to say that my question is not clear?

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Okay. I ask about if this input is correct or not Print("I can count from 1 to 100 ")

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No.why there is no input in my code

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I'm sorry but can you give me example about correct statement

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Take the Python for Beginners course. It is all explained there.