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User Inputs in Python

The following template  is a program which demonstrates how to ask the user for an input and store that input either as a string, or as an integer, depending on the needs. Some other related topics you might be interested in are String formatting in Python, The if-else statement in Python, While-loops in Python, For-loops in Python. The User Inputs in Python template is among the topics covered in detail in the 365 Data Science program.

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Who is it for

This free template is for Data Scientist, Data Analyst, Data Architect, Data Engineer, Big Data Architect, Big Data Engineer, BI Developer and Machine Learning Engineer who need to ask the users to provide some type of input.

How it can help you

Typically, programs are designed to interact with the user. That is, the user is asked for a certain piece of information after which a specific operation is performed. This requires the possibility for a user input. The following template can be used whenever we need action from the user.

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User Inputs in Python