I believe you meant to say “Python Numbers.” In Python, there are several types of numbers that you can work with. The main numerical types in Python are:
- Integers: Integers are whole numbers without any fractional part. In Python, you can define an integer by simply assigning a whole number to a variable. For example:python
x = 5 y = -10
Floating-Point Numbers: Floating-point numbers, or floats, are numbers that have a decimal point or an exponent. Python represents floats using the
float data type. You can assign a floating-point number to a variable like this:
pi = 3.14 radius = 2.5
Complex Numbers: Complex numbers consist of a real part and an imaginary part. In Python, you can define complex numbers using the
complex data type or by using the
J suffix to represent the imaginary part. For example:
z = 2 + 3j w = 1j
Booleans: Booleans are a type of number that represent truth values. In Python, the
bool data type is used to represent booleans, and the possible values are
False. Booleans are often used in conditional statements and logical operations. For example:
is_sunny = True is_raining = False
Python provides various built-in functions and operators to perform arithmetic operations, comparisons, and conversions with numbers. These include addition (+), subtraction (-), multiplication (*), division (/), modulus (%), exponentiation (**), and more.
It’s important to note that Python is a dynamically typed language, so you don’t need to explicitly declare the type of a variable. The interpreter determines the type based on the assigned value.