Variables in Python allows us to store a data by assigning it to a name. Variables are used to hold values that can be referenced and manipulated in a program. Python is dynamically typed, meaning you don’t need to specify a variable’s data type when declaring.
To declare a Variables in Python, you simply assign a value to a name using the equals sign
=. Here is an example:
name = "John" age = 20
In an above example, the variable
name is assigned a string value of
"John" and the variable
age is assigned an integer value of
Variable names in Python can only include letters, digits, and underscores, but cannot begin with a digit. Variable names must not include any special character like %, $ etc. Since Variable names are case sensitive, so
Age are different variables.
Python supports multiple assignment, which allows you to assign values to multiple variables at once. For Example:
x, y, z = 1, 2, 3 print (x) #Outputs: 1 print (y) #Outputs: 2 print (z) #Outputs: 3
Python also allows us to assign the same value to multiple variales. For Example:
x, y, z = "Mango" print (x) #Outputs: Mango print (y) #Outputs: Mango print (z) #Outputs: Mango
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