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Python | Typecasting Input to Integer, Float

Here, we are going to learn how to typecast given input to integer, float in Python?
Submitted by IncludeHelp, on September 08, 2018

To input any value, we use input() function - which is an inbuilt function.

Typecasting input to integer

Syntax:

    int(input())

Example:

# input a number
num = int(input("Input a value: "))

# printing input value 
print "num = ", num

Output

Input a value: 10
num =  10

Typecasting Input to float

Syntax:

    float(input())

Example:

# input a number
num = float(input("Input a value: "))

# printing input value 
print "num = ", num

Output

Input a value: 10.23
num =  10.23





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