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Python has a number of datatypes, but the most common are integers and floats. Integers can represent any whole number, such as 0, 1, -5 etc. Floats (or decimals) can represent any fraction or decimal value such as 0.5, 5.0 etc.

Python is a powerful programming language that can be used to create effective programs and games. Python's syntax is relatively easy to understand and the language has a variety of commonly used datatypes.

A variable can be compared to a memory region that can store values of a particular type. The name "variable" comes from the fact that the value of a variable might vary over the course of a programme. Each variable in VBA has a data type that indicates the type of data it can carry.

Information is everything. It's important to know what kind of data you're working with before you start your program. Python offers various types of data that help programmers store, retrieve, and process different types of information. For example, if you want to store just numbers then use the "int" type. If you want to store text then use the str type.

Python has six standard Data Types:

  • Numbers.
  • String.
  • List.
  • Tuple.
  • Set.
  • Dictionary.

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