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Python Data types
All data values in Python are objects and each object or value has type. Python has Built-in or Fundamental data types such as Number, String, Boolean, tuples, lists and dictionaries.
The built-in number objects in Python supports integers, floating point numbers and complex numbers.
Integer Data can be decimal, octal or hexadecimal. Octal integer use O (both upper and lower case) to denote octal digits and hexadecimal integer use OX (both upper and lower case) and L (only upper case) to denote long integer.
102, 4567, 567 # Decimal integers
O102, o876, O432 # Octal integers
OX102, oX876, OX432 # Hexadecimal integers
34L, 523L # Long decimal integers
A floating point data is represented by a sequence of decimal digits that includes a decimal point. An Exponent data contains decimal digit part, decimal point, exponent part followed by one or more digits.
123.34, 456.23, 156.23 # Floating point data
12.E04, 24.e04 # Exponent data
Complex number is made up of two floating point values, one each for the real and imaginary parts.
A Boolean data can have any of the two values: True or False.
String data can be enclosed with single quote or double quote or triple quote.
Char_data = ‘A’
String_data= "Computer Science"
Multiline_data= ”””String data can be enclosed with single quote or double quote or triple quote.”””
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