You can write IF…ELSE statement in one line, but first, let’s check how it would look like in a standard statement.
Python doesn’t offer exactly the same types of variables as for example C++.
For this reason, you can’t check whether the particular integer is 16-bit, 32-bit or unsigned.
The int() function in Python converts a string to an integer. But this function has the second default parameter: base. The base can be between 2 (you need to have at least 2 different values) and 36 (numbers + letters). The default value is 10.
In order to parse a string to integer use the int() function.
Python syntax is the set of rules that define the way the Python program will be written and interpreted.
There is more than one way to write Python programs. Keep on reading to learn more.
Unless the Python interpreter is already available on your computer, you need to download, install and configure the latest version of Python.
Programmers usually think about string as a sequence of letters, which is accurate. But how characters are stored can vary. Some encodings use one byte to store a character, some two and some four.
A list is a collection of objects in a particular order. Lists in Python can consist of the same or different kinds of objects, like numbers, letters or even other lists. You can add, remove and insert elements in any place inside a list.
Ranges in Python 2 are implemented as a function. In Python 3 as a built-in type. We use ranges to generate a list of numbers that is usually used with for loops.