Python User Input
In Python, you can use the
input() function to receive user input. The
input() function allows you to prompt the user with a message or question and wait for them to enter a response.
Here’s an example of how to use the
name = input("Please enter your name: ") print("Hello, " + name + "! Nice to meet you.")
In this example, the program asks the user to enter their name. The input provided by the user is stored in the variable
name. The program then prints a greeting message using the user’s name.
input() function is called, it displays the prompt message and waits for the user to enter a response. The user’s input is returned as a string, so you can store it in a variable for further processing or use it directly in your code.
You can also combine the
input() function with other Python functions or operations to perform different actions based on the user’s input. For example, you can use conditional statements (
else) to create different behaviors depending on the user’s response.