point is you need to keep value between them to significe the order we need to

# Point is you need to keep value between them to

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#point is, you need to keep '%' value between them to significe the order we need to assign those value var_1 = "Welcome to Suchir India" var_2 = "Fill in your details" print(var_1) print(var_2) print("Name: %s, Age: %d, Phone number: %d, Email address: %s, Qualification: %s" % ("Rahul", 22, 9290512228, "[email protected]", "B.A. Maths & Stats"))
#Name: Rahul, Age: 22, Phone number: 9290512228, Email address: [email protected], Qualification: B.A. Maths & Stats Names = input("Enter your name: ") print(Name) Age = input("Enter your age: ") # it is showing as str format Age = int(input("Enter your age: ")) #NOW IT gonna show the int format #Evaluate = Calculation. It cannot calculate on string #Evaluate function in Python #it evalute the function in string format and produce the result Weight = eval(input("Enter your weight: ")) sum = eval("1+1-1") Sum #Triple quotes Statement = """Welcome to Suchir India""" print(Statement.capitalize()) #Welcome to suchir india print(Statement.casefold()) #welcome to suchir india print(Statement.center()) #Good Morning! Welcome to Suchir India print(Statement.count()) #you can find the count of particular letter or number in the statement print(Statement.encode()) #NO print(Statement.endswith()) #is last word is ending correctly, it shows with boolean function print(Statement.expandtabs(25)) #Casefold vs lower Statement1 = "der **Fluß88" print(Statement1.casefold()) print(Statement1.lower()) #Center Statement = """Welcome to Suchir India""" new_Statement = Statement.center(5) print ("Good Morning! ", new_Statement) #Count #Ex:1

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• Spring '20
• Rahul Netha Hanumandla, Suchir India

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