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# Simple Calculator

What do I do there because I’m doing everything but they are still telling me to check if the code is correct

1/4/2022 12:56:09 PM

Daniel Kusi

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Well, then just check your code? Please link your code if you need help. And tag the relevant programming language.

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Please provide the code if you want others to help you. It's very hard to determine what's wrong with your code if we don't know how it looks.

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What's that code and problem description? Mention details clearly... https://www.sololearn.com/discuss/333866/?ref=app

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Its python

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I am to write a program to take two integers as input and output their sum but i dont know why but i keep getting it wrong

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https://www.sololearn.com/post/75089/?ref=app This may helps to link code..

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Please don't post only ready-made code – it is not helpful for a beginner if you don't explain anything.

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Daniel Kusi Read the task description carefully. Review the lessons. And if you need help with code then LINK YOUR CODE!

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Go to Code section, click +, select Python, put your code there, save it. Come back to this thread, click +, select your saved code.

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input() gets a string a_variable is necessary to store the input() a_variable = input() You'll need two integers to sum them up, Try a_number = int(input("Give me a number: ")) Python will evaluate first of all the inner function input() then it will evaluate the int() But it will work, only if the user input a valid whole number Otherwise, it will raise an ERROR message The second variable is similar to this another_number = int(input(("Give me another number: ")) For output, try: print(a_number + another_number)

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Answer: a = int(input()) b = int(input()) print(a + b)

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Somebody help

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Im new to coding and dont even know how to link code please

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Thanks

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Try this: You have two integers --> x and y and u should use input, because the exact numbers don't matter. So we use x and y as variables x = int(input()) y = int(input ()) #You need the parentheses when u write input. And int is before input. Then u can print the sum. print (x+y).

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Python code : a=int(input()) b=int(input()) print(a+b)