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Tip: Python Variables and Typing

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Tip: Python Variables and Typing

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Never forget, Python uses duck typing and has typed objects but untyped variable names.

lfc = "Liverpool" # this is a string
manc = "Manchester City"
l_score = 3 # this is a integer
m_score = 0
print "Result",lfc,l_score,"-",m_score,manc
Result Liverpool 1 - 0 Manchester City

How to know the type of variables:

type(lfc)
<type 'str'="">
type(l_score)
<type 'int'="">

Source:  http://glowingpython.blogspot.com/2011/04/variables-and-typing.html


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