[Tutor] Does casting exist in Python?
Edgar Antonio Rodriguez Velazco
edgar.antonio.rv at gmail.com
Thu Feb 23 04:02:36 CET 2006
> No, because variables are untyped in Python there is no need for
> casting. In Python values have types, variables are just names. You just
> use the value and if it has the correct type it will work.
> There are some functions that transform values from one type to another.
> These are not really casts, they create new values of a different type.
> Some examples are int(), str(), float(). For example:
> >>> i=3
> >>> type(i)
> <type 'int'>
> >>> f=float(i)
> >>> f
> >>> type(f)
> <type 'float'>
I realize now that. Thank you ;-)
PD: I think python is better than I thought before. xD
PD2: Apologize for my English.
Edgar A. Rodriguez V.
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