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# You are provided with two numbers. Find and print the smaller number.

You are provided with two numbers as input

7/2/2022 9:12:16 AM

chandrakanth karamthod

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a = int(input()) b = int(input()) if a < b: print(a) elif a > b: print(b)

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a = int(input()) b = int(input()) print(min(a,b))

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* get 2 input() * convert input to numeric data type * use an if-statement and >= to compare the numbers If you need help, please explain what your issue us.

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Please be exact about the expected input. If you get the input as 1 line, split the line at the separator. Then convert each element to a numeric data type. Then compare the numbers.

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input().split(",") You get a list of strings: make each element an integer, then you can use min(). And PLEASE: ⭐⭐⭐Try to put your comments or additions in 1 comment instead of spreading each bit of information into an extra comment.⭐⭐⭐

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lis =[ ] count = int(input()) for n in range(count): number = int(input()) lis.append(number) print(min(lis))

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Find smallest in the two numbers 25'2

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You need only 2 inputs. Your code would require min 3 inputs to get the 2 numbers. If you are referring to a sololearn task, mention course name and task number.

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We should write program without using hardcode

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That means input( )

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Int(input( )). split ("")...?

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l=[int(input() for _ in range(2)] print(l[l[1]<l[0]])

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a, b = int(input()) if a > b: print (a) else: print(b)

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print(min(int(input()), int(input())))

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Question

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a = int(input()) small = min(a) print (a)

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If I give input value 25,5

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I am getting error:- Invalid literal for int( ) with base 10

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Because you need to split the input string at ",", THEN convert each element to int()