Variables in Python [Explained]

Create variables in python

  • There is no command or specific syntax for variables in python.
  • Variables are created when you assign a value to it:
a = 5
b= 2
c = "Hello, World!"

print(a)
print(b)
print(c)
  • You don’t need to specify the type of the variable before assigning it.
  • In the example above ‘a’ variable is an integer and ‘c’ is a string and both are assigned in the same way.


Assign type to variable in python

you can assign a data type to a variable in python like this:

x = str(3)    # string 
y = int(3)    # integer
z = float(3)  # float , it's basically converting from integer to float.



Get the type of a variable in Python:

x = str(3)   
y = int('3')    

print(type(x))
print(type(y))


Output:

<class 'int'>
<class 'str'>



Unaccepted variable names in Python:

  • No numbers in variable start.
  • no dash ‘-‘.
  • no spaces.
2myvar = "John"  X
my-var = "John"  X
my var = "John"  X
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