Variable is created when a value is assigned to them. They are used for storing some values. In Python, types of a variable are interpreted automatically by the engine. We don’t need to declare them explicitly like other programing languages.
But to check the data type of a variable in Python 3, use the type() function as shown below:
int_var = 10 type(int_var) # OUTPUT as int str_var = "Jolly" type(str_var) #OUTPUT as str flt_var= 10.56 type(flt_var) #OUTPUT as float bool_var= True type(bool_var) #OUTPUT as bool
We used Jupyter Notebook to run Python commands on local. Refer to this tutorial to set it up in your local environment.