Python language basics 12: reading user input

Exercises in .NET with Andras Nemes


In the previous post we looked at how to construct a while-loop and what its purpose is. In this post we’ll quickly learn how read a user’s input.

As a reminder I use the free edition of the PyCharm IDE so all the printouts will be from that environment.

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