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this is very helpful and I am grateful. is it possible for us to work together to make a website?
Yes. "input" will require from the user an information. But how can Python identify it ? For that, Python make you ask something. Wait.. you will understand. example: I want ask the user to type a number to be divided for 5. input('Type a number to be divided for 5') But hoooow can we use this number that ee have got ? You must identify if before: number = input ('Type a number...') Now we can use: print (number/5) OUTPUT: ERRO. Why ERRO ? Because you haven't specified what type of input you want in number. It could be a string (default), float (1.0 , 3.4 , 2.8, etc) or int (from integer). So.. number = int ( input ('Type a number to be divided for 5')) print (number/5) if you type 20, the output will be 4.
thanks but I meant that I want the number 20 (an input) to be separated into 4 different parts 2 10 5 3 for example. so if the user inputs 20 he sees it divided like so 2 10 5 3 for example.
well I am not particularly a professional myself but we could work something out.
I could also all the community which I plan on doing to help us
Chek it out: https://code.sololearn.com/cfD12i5NwVfk/?ref=app
It answer your question ? Or you are looking for something like: input = 20 output input/2 = 10 input/10 = 2 input/5 = 4 inout/3 = not_integer [10, 2, 4, ]
Yes, sure ! But I'm still learning HTML, I don't know much. What about would be the website ? How could I help you ?