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02 Introduction to data

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Data Types


1. Numeric Types: int, float

1.1 Code Examples

  1. Integer
int_num = 1
t = type(int_num)
print("int num type is: >>>", t)
print("Detecting data type directly and outputting", type(int_num))

int num type is: >>> <class 'int'>
Detecting data type directly and outputting <class 'int'>

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03 Newmeric Type

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1. Characteristics of Numeric Types

In [3]: 1 + 1
Out[3]: 2

In [4]: 1 + 1.0
Out[4]: 2.0

In [5]: 2 -1
Out[5]: 1

In [6]: 2 - 1.0
Out[6]: 1.0

In [7]: 2 * 2
Out[7]: 4

In [8]: 2* 2.0
Out[8]: 4.0

In [9]: 9/3
Out[9]: 3.0

# The result is a float if one of the elements is a float, with the highest precedence.

# Division involves precision issues, resulting in a float.

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01 Variable

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1. Understanding Variables - Examples from Daily Life

1.1 What is a Variable

  • Vari: Change
  • Able: Capacity

1.2 An Example

Let's say you're the class monitor and you need to compile the monthly test scores of each student in the class. Each month's score will be recorded on a paper, listing each student's score, for instance:

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