python data type cheatsheet


In this tutorial, we learn about Integers, Lists, Dictionaries, and Tuples. Python data type cheatsheet begins.

python data type cheatsheet


Integers represent whole numbers. Example

age = 30
rank = 20
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Floats represent decimal numbers. For example,

temperature = 20.2
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Strings represent text. For example

site = ""
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Lists represent arrays of values that may change during the program

members = ["HuuPV", "no name", "Jack"]
ages_values = [30, 12, 54]
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Dictionaries represent pairs of keys and values:

phone_numbers = {"huupv": "+123456789", "Jack": "+99999999"}

The Keys and values of a dictionary can be extracted

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Tuples represent arrays of values that are not to be changed during the program

convert Tuples to list

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 convert the list to a tuple

get a list of attributes of a data type

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get a list of Python built-in functions

python data type cheatsheet

get the documentation of a Python data type



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