Python 3 Tutorial for Beginners #3 – Numbers

///Python 3 Tutorial for Beginners #3 – Numbers

Python 3 Tutorial for Beginners #3 – Numbers

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Hey all, in this Python 3 tutorial, I want to introduce you to your first Python data types – ints and floats. Ints (integers) are whole numbers and floats (or floating point numbers) have decimals.

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By |2017-06-22T03:27:07+00:00June 22nd, 2017|Python Video Tutorials|6 Comments


  1. Chris Programmer June 22, 2017 at 3:44 am - Reply

    good job, keep em coming Shaun, this is one of the most powerful languages to Learn.

  2. Luis Brito June 22, 2017 at 3:52 am - Reply

    I have the notification bell on!!! Awesome. I love your tutorials.

  3. Ratul Monzurul June 22, 2017 at 4:06 am - Reply

    i learnt in school BODMAS

  4. zakaria chahboun June 22, 2017 at 4:09 am - Reply

    Hi teacher !
    can you make a Django Tutorial for web 🙂

  5. Gruximillian June 22, 2017 at 4:11 am - Reply

    Thank you for this tutorials, I learned the basics of Python long ago but forgot all of it, I’m looking forward to re-learn and go much further.
    I have noticed that with the double division operator you can get the whole part of the division, which is handy, like 15 // 4 = 3.
    Also, I tried out age //= 2 and I wasn’t really expecting to get the integer, but it returned integer, so that’s worth noting too, I think.
    Keep going with these awesome tutorials, they are my first recommendation to people who want to learn coding.
    Greetings from the fellow astrophysicist! 😉

  6. Jesse McElroy June 22, 2017 at 4:14 am - Reply

    I downloaded python with firefox browser and saved the file of which I picked from several file options from which was a window x86 64 bit file it was the only one that made sense but I didn’t have to go through a separate download wizard but I can’t launch it with the c prompt in windows shell but when I double click on the python file it opens up a shell with >>> and python 3.6 at the very top and win32 and everything works just fine so far I done everything you did in this video but I have no c prompt. Can you tell me what I did and where I am at ?

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