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(solved)Python:- string + integer problem

Input:- x = int(input()) print ("The number is" + x) And I want the output:-(if input is 1) The number is 1. How can I do it. It is showing that int + str is invalid.

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π€π§π¬π‘π’π€πš 𝐒𝐒𝐧𝐠𝐑 Just use comma (,) at place of (+) , it quite simple then other methods. 😊πŸ₯°πŸ˜Š

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remove the int() with x. x = input() # x is string & str + str is valid

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Either replace the plus with a comma (in this case python inserts a space) or use "str(x)".

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(solved)Python:- string + integer problem Input:- x = int(input()) print ("The number is" +str( x)) And I want the output:-(if input is 1) The number is 1. How can I do it. It is showing that int + str is invalid. Run this code.... It will run ... You can't add a integer with string. For this you have to convert integer into string for this use str() function Menas Print("The number is "+' '+str(x)) if you take integer as a input then you have to convert integer into string then your will not get error π€π§π¬π‘π’π€πš 𝐒𝐒𝐧𝐠𝐑