Python variables [SOLVED]
Is it possible to assign an integer as a string variable? For example: 1 = “Hello World”
No, a variable name is not allowed to start with a number. There are more rules: a variable name must start with a letter or an underscore, can only contain [ A-z 0-9 _ ] and is case sensitive
Zach Janzen We can do like this 👇👇👇 _1="Kiibo"
Granger A variable can also start with an underscore (_) instead of text. As an example: _1 = 1 is perfectly valid
No bro, in Python only Name of variable with letters, number but not at start, and you can use _
vars = ["1","2"',"3"] vars=2
No you can't assing a variable as an integer
no but maybe eggs = 6 will do
Zach Janzen There are some rules to follow while writing a variable name. A variable name must start with a letter or the underscore character. It cannot start with a number. It can only have alpha-numeric characters and underscores. These are case-sensitive (age, Age and AGE are three different variables).
No , There are certain rules to declare a variable in any programming language. *The variables should not start with numeric values. *The variables should contain only alphabets, and numbers and underscore. *The variables should contains spaces , hyphens etc. *The variable name should not be same as a keyword in that language.
In your variable name, make sure that it represents your code. To make it readable.
No, a variable name is not allowed to start with a number. There are more rules: a variable name must start with a letter or an underscore, can only contain [ A-z 0-9 _ ] and is case sensitive We can do like this 👇👇👇 _1="Kiibo" Ok
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No, it's a rule that we can't use an integer in the first letter of a variable. if you try to assign an variable like '1 = "Hello world"', it will throw an error.
No,variable name cannot start with integer.
It is not possible, you can't start your variable with with numbers..
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No you can not use number for naming variables. Rules for Python variables: A variable name must start with a letter or the underscore character. A variable name cannot start with a number. A variable name can only contain alpha-numeric characters and underscores (A-z, 0-9, and _)
I have tried every way I could find but still I can't display my local images ..what am I doing wrong?
Pls rectify the errors.
I cant understand what the problem here is. Can anyone help me out? the system in sololearn called it an error in test case 1
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