# define variables

x=5

y=6

#x=y

y=x

print ("x = ", x)

print ("y =", y)

===============

a='Hello '

b='World !!!'

c=a + b

print("To put together a + b, we get:- ", c)

# Assigning numerical values

x=5

y=2

z=x+y

z1=x-y

z2=x*y

z3=x/2

print("The value stored on memory location is", id(a))

print("The Sum of", x, "and", y, "is", z)

print("The sub of x and y is", z1)

print ("The multiplicaiton of", x, "and", y, "is", z2)

print ("The division of x and y is", z3)

# Using function

def mymath1():

# define variables

x=5

y=2

z=x+y

z1=x-y

z2=x*y

z3=x/2

print("The Sum of", x, "and", y, "is", z)

print("The sub of x and y is", z1)

print ("The multiplicaiton of", x, "and", y, "is", z2)

print ("The division of x and y is", z3)

# calling the function

mymath1()

# Input from user, accepts a input value from user

a=input('Please enter a value: ')

print("User input is",a )

# Use function to accept value from user input

def domath():

a=input('Please enter a number you like: ')

b=input('Please enter a second value: ')

c=a+b

print("Output is as a string ")

print("The sum of", a, "and", a, "is: ", c)

domath()

# Here you will get out put like below

# Please enter a number you like: 5

# Please enter a second value: 2

# The sum of 5 and 5 is: 52

# The reason is it treats these value as string so

# the program put both value together.

# if you want to perform mathematical operation, do the following,

#

def domymath():

a=int(input("Please enter a number: "))

b=int(input("Please enter another number "))

c=a+b

print("Output as numerical value")

print("The sum of", a, "and", b, "is: ", c)

domymath()

# ========================================

# Playing with string

a=input('Please enter a string you like: ')

print ("You entered: ", a)

# Use function to accept value from user input as string

def dostring():

a=input('Please enter a string you like: ')

b=input('Please enter a second value: ')

c=a+b

print("Output is as a string")

print("The sum of", a, "and", a, "is: ", c)

dostring()

# Here we will use decimal value for mathematical operation.

#

def domyfloat():

# enable 2 lines below and test it. it will throw error if you pass

# letter because letters are treated as string...

# a=int(input("Please enter a string: "))

# b=int(input("Please enter another non-number: "))

# so you have to change integer to fload to change number to string.

a=float(input("Please enter a folating value here: "))

b=float(input("Please enter another floating value link 3.2: "))

c=a+b

print("Output as floating point value")

print("The sum of", a, "and", b, "is: ", c)

domyfloat()

x=5

y=6

#x=y

y=x

print ("x = ", x)

print ("y =", y)

===============

a='Hello '

b='World !!!'

c=a + b

print("To put together a + b, we get:- ", c)

# Assigning numerical values

x=5

y=2

z=x+y

z1=x-y

z2=x*y

z3=x/2

print("The value stored on memory location is", id(a))

print("The Sum of", x, "and", y, "is", z)

print("The sub of x and y is", z1)

print ("The multiplicaiton of", x, "and", y, "is", z2)

print ("The division of x and y is", z3)

# Using function

def mymath1():

# define variables

x=5

y=2

z=x+y

z1=x-y

z2=x*y

z3=x/2

print("The Sum of", x, "and", y, "is", z)

print("The sub of x and y is", z1)

print ("The multiplicaiton of", x, "and", y, "is", z2)

print ("The division of x and y is", z3)

# calling the function

mymath1()

# Input from user, accepts a input value from user

a=input('Please enter a value: ')

print("User input is",a )

# Use function to accept value from user input

def domath():

a=input('Please enter a number you like: ')

b=input('Please enter a second value: ')

c=a+b

print("Output is as a string ")

print("The sum of", a, "and", a, "is: ", c)

domath()

# Here you will get out put like below

# Please enter a number you like: 5

# Please enter a second value: 2

# The sum of 5 and 5 is: 52

# The reason is it treats these value as string so

# the program put both value together.

# if you want to perform mathematical operation, do the following,

#

def domymath():

a=int(input("Please enter a number: "))

b=int(input("Please enter another number "))

c=a+b

print("Output as numerical value")

print("The sum of", a, "and", b, "is: ", c)

domymath()

# ========================================

# Playing with string

a=input('Please enter a string you like: ')

print ("You entered: ", a)

# Use function to accept value from user input as string

def dostring():

a=input('Please enter a string you like: ')

b=input('Please enter a second value: ')

c=a+b

print("Output is as a string")

print("The sum of", a, "and", a, "is: ", c)

dostring()

# Here we will use decimal value for mathematical operation.

#

def domyfloat():

# enable 2 lines below and test it. it will throw error if you pass

# letter because letters are treated as string...

# a=int(input("Please enter a string: "))

# b=int(input("Please enter another non-number: "))

# so you have to change integer to fload to change number to string.

a=float(input("Please enter a folating value here: "))

b=float(input("Please enter another floating value link 3.2: "))

c=a+b

print("Output as floating point value")

print("The sum of", a, "and", b, "is: ", c)

domyfloat()

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