Numbers in Python Version 3 || Python Tutorial || Learn Python Programming

///Numbers in Python Version 3 || Python Tutorial || Learn Python Programming

Numbers in Python Version 3 || Python Tutorial || Learn Python Programming

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Today we talk about the different types of numbers available in Python version 3. There are three types of numbers in Python V3: ints, floats and complex numbers. This is simpler than in Python V2 which had four types of numbers: ints, longs, floats and complex numbers. You can watch our video on numbers in V2 here:

We show you how to create each type of number and how to determine the type of a number.

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By |2020-01-08T01:06:28+00:00January 8th, 2020|Python Video Tutorials|42 Comments

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