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Learn Python Part 2: Variables, Types, and Input - That GNU+Linux Guy

Learn Python Part 2: Variables, Types, and Input

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In this video, we cover variables, data types, and user input. A quick summary: variables are a way to store values for later use, Python 3 has five basic types, each useful in their own way, and you can use the input() function to get string input straight from the user each time you run.

We also create our second program which tells the user what year it will be when they are double their current age.

You can find all the code here.

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