Variables in Python: Everything in Python is case sensitive which means c is considered different from C  , J   is considered different from j , and so on. Following is an example of a variable named character  and assign the value "Ninja Panda"  to that variable. character = "Ninja Panda" print(character)   Standard Data Types: The data stored ...

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We can perform math operations using Python operators (+, -, *, /, **). The examples below cover all basic math operators available in Python: Addition >>> 1 + 3.5  4.5  Subtraction >>> 1 - 3.5  -2.5  Multiplication >>> 1 * 3.5  3.5  Division >>> 1 / 3.5  0.2857142857142857  Exponentiation (3 * 3 * 3 * 3) >>> 3 ** 4  81  The order of operations is ...

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Lists are the most versatile of Python's compound data types. A list contains items separated by commas and enclosed within square brackets ( [ ] ). To some extent, lists are similar to arrays in C. One difference between List is that all the items belonging to a list in Python can be of different data type. The values stored in a list can be acces...

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In this post we will check how to connect and read data from MySQL database using Python. To connect and query data from that remote database, you need a username, password, and the name of the database. These are written inside the Python script below. You also need a Python library that interacts with MySQL databases. There are many, but I prefer...

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In this article, we'll learn everything about Python Lists; how lists are created in Python, slicing of a list, adding or removing elements from the list and so on. The list is a versatile datatype available in Python which can be written as a list of comma-separated values (items) between square brackets. In Python's list we can store elements of ...

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any and all take iterables and return True for the following scenario. all : The all function returns true if all elements in an iterable are true. False otherwise. any : The any function returns true if any element in an iterable is true. False otherwise. The syntax of all() and any() method are:  all(iterable) any(iterable) Both the methods ta...

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