Python | Printing different values (integer, float, string, Boolean)

Python example to print different values: Here, we are going to learn how can we print different types of values using print() method in Python?
Submitted by Pankaj Singh, on September 28, 2018

In the given example, we are printing different values like integer, float, string and Boolean using print() method in python.

Program:

# printing integer value
print(12)
# printing float value
print(12.56)
# printing string value
print("Hello")
# printing boolean value
print(True)

Output

12
12.56
Hello
True

Arithmetic operations inside the print() on values

# adding and printing integer value
print(12+30)
# adding and printing float value
print(12.56+12.45)
# adding and printing string value
print("Hello"+"World")
# adding and printing boolean value
print(True+False)

Output

42
25.009999999999998
HelloWorld
1

Printing different types of variables

# variable with integer value
a=12
# variable with float value
b=12.56
# variable with string value
c="Hello"
# variable with Boolean value
d=True

# printing all variables
print(a)
print(b)
print(c)
print(d)

Output

12
12.56
Hello
True

Printing different types of variables along with the messages

# variable with integer value
a=12
# variable with float value
b=12.56
# variable with string value
c="Hello"
# variable with Boolean value
d=True

# printing values with messages
print("Integer\t:",a)
print("Float\t:",b)
print("String\t:",c)
print("Boolean\t:",d)

Output

Integer : 12
Float   : 12.56
String  : Hello
Boolean : True

Printing different types of variables with messages and converting them to string using "str()" function

# variable with integer value
a=12
# variable with float value
b=12.56
# variable with string value
c="Hello"
# variable with Boolean value
d=True

# printing values with messages
print("Integer\t:"+str(a))
print("Float\t:"+str(b))
print("String\t:"+str(c))
print("Boolean\t:"+str(d))

Output

Integer :12
Float   :12.56
String  :Hello
Boolean :True

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