#4 Python Tutorial for Beginners | Variables in Python

Python Tutorial to learn Python programming with examples
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In this video we will see :
– What is variable
– Why do we need them
– How to assign value to variable
– Fetching value of previous operation
– String value to variable
– Fetching value of string variable by index number
– Finding length of string

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24 thoughts on “#4 Python Tutorial for Beginners | Variables in Python”
  1. sir, this course is like finding a coca cola in the middle of the desert. i was taking a course at my uni about this language but it was so complicated and then i find this playlist, thank you very much for sharing this

  2. How can len function is giving 11 output your name is of 10 string character

  3. sir while using len fxn ,its taking space as a character and count it to. i want space between character and dont want it to be counted. what is the way of doing that sir

  4. Really looks simple when you explain things. Since coming from a non-coding background, this teaching technique method is really easy to understand.

    >>> print ('Thanks Navin')

  5. used the underscore and a number i got the error below.
    print (_+ 2)

    TypeError Traceback (most recent call last)

    Input In [18], in <cell line: 1>()

    —-> 1 print (_+ 2)

    TypeError: can only concatenate str (not "int") to str

  6. Can we have a notes of all the topics explained in this video?
    Anyways you made it easy and fun to understand this topic
    Looking forward to learn Python from you

  7. Variables

    Variables are containers for storing data values.

    Creating Variables

    Python has no command for declaring a variable.

    A variable is created the moment you first assign a value to it.

    Variables do not need to be declared with any particular type, and can even change type after they have been set.

    x = 5

    y = "John"



    Output : 5 john


    If you want to specify the data type of a variable, this can be done with casting.











    Get the Type

    You can get the data type of a variable with the type() function.

    x = 5

    y = "John"



    Output :

    <class 'int'>

    <class 'str'>

    Single or Double Quotes?

    String variables can be declared either by using single or double quotes:

    x = "John"


    #double quotes are the same as single quotes:

    x = 'John'



    Variable names are case-sensitive.

    a = 4

    A = "Sally"

    #A will not overwrite

    Python – Variable Names

    Variable Names

    A variable can have a short name (like x and y) or a more descriptive name (age, carname, total_volume). Rules for Python variables:

    • A variable name must start with a letter or the underscore character

    • A variable name cannot start with a number

    • A variable name can only contain alpha-numeric characters and underscores (A-z, 0-9, and _ )

    • Variable names are case-sensitive (age, Age and AGE are three different variables)

    Legal variable names:

    myvar = "John"

    my_var = "John"

    _my_var = "John"

    myVar = "John"

    MYVAR = "John"

    myvar2 = "John"

    Illegal variable names:
    2myvar = "John"

    my-var = "John"

    my var = "John"

    Remember that variable names are case-sensitive

    Multi Words Variable Names

    Variable names with more than one word can be difficult to read.

    There are several techniques you can use to make them more readable:

    Camel Case

    Each word, except the first, starts with a capital letter:

    myVariableName = "John"

    Pascal Case

    Each word starts with a capital letter:

    MyVariableName = "John"

    Snake Case

    Each word is separated by an underscore character:

    my_variable_name = "John"

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