An integer is a Whole number, which will be from zero to any number. And float is a value with rational numbers. The float data type is used to store a double precision real number.
In the last python program, we mention how to accept a string using the function
Input. Here we are going to accept an integer value or float value.
In the python language, when we use the function
Input it accepts only string values. So we have to convert the accepted string to an integer or float before it is saved in the assigned variable. for that, we use the
float function. After that, we have to use the print function to display the output.
STEP 1: Accept a string from the user and convert that to an integer using the
STEP 2: Print the number which is saved in the variable num.
STEP 3: Accept another string from the user and convert that to float using the
STEP 4: Print the float data using the print function.
num = int(input("Enter an Integer: ")) print(num) num = float(input("Enter a float value: ")) print(num)
Enter an Integer: 23 23 Enter a float value: 7.7 7.7