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Python List Data Type

The list data type is exclusively used in Python. You can use this to store multiple values in a single variable. This data type is very similar to array in

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Scope of variables in Python

A variable in Python is used to store a value in the memory. The value of a variable can be changed later in the program. Python is a dynamically typed

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Introduction to Python functions

This post was last updated on March 6th, 2021 at 08:20 amA Python function is a self-contained module of code that performs a specific task. It takes inputs, processes them,

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Using Python pass keyword

The Python pass keyword which is a statement in itself basically does nothing. It can be used as a placeholder for future code. As empty code is not allowed in

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Using Python break and continue keywords

The break and continue are keywords used in Python to alter the normal flow of loops. A loop iterate over a line or block of code repeatedly until the given

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Python Loops

A loop statement in programming is used to execute a line or block of code repeatedly. For example, suppose you want to print the “Hello World!” string 100 times you

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Python if else and nested if else statements

In programming conditional statements provides a way in which the computer takes a decision based on whether a condition is true or false. The if and else statements are common

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Python Indentation

An indentation or indent is an empty space at the beginning of a line that signals the start of a new logical block in a Python program. Many programming languages

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Taking Input From Users In Python

Computer programs often need to interact with users to get some kind of data from them. Later this data is processed and output is displayed on the console. For example,

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Operators in Python

An operator is a symbol that tells the Python interpreter to perform specific arithmetic or logical operations on variables and values. For example – # Here + and = are