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Return value of type(type) in Python

Python type() function example: Here, we are going to learn about the type() function in Python.
Submitted by IncludeHelp, on March 31, 2019

Given a statement type(type) – we have to print its return type value.

Python type() function

type() function is a library function in Python, it is used to get the type of the value/data type. It accepts an argument returns the class of the argument the object belongs to.



Return value of type(type):

type is also a class of type, the statement type(type)) returns "type".

Return value of type(type(int)):

type(int) returns <class 'str'> and the statement type(<class 'str'>) returns "type".

Python code to demonstrate example of type() function

# python code to demonstrate example of 
# type() function

# printing types of various types of values




<class 'str'>
<class 'int'>
<class 'float'>
<class 'type'>
<class 'type'>
<class 'type'>
<class 'type'>
<class 'type'>

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