If you want to send data (inputs) to the computer that the program can use, inputs are easily made in Python with the function input ().
Often, a user needs to provide information (inputs) to the program he or she is using. For example, it may be a name, age or other information that the program needs to know to function as intended. For example, you have at some point entered information in a dialog or form. This information must be able to save and interpret the computer. Therefore, Python has pre-programmed functions to easily manage inputs.
In Python there are preprogrammed functions for managing inputs. With the input () method, you can easily enter values into the program. When using the function, the program will wait until the user has entered something in the console and then continue in the program.
You can use the input () function with the following syntax:
name = input("Information")
Within the parentheses you write the information to the user, typically the information requested by the user. In this case, the value that the user enters will be saved in the name variable.
In the following example, we test how to use the input () function in Python. We ask the user to enter their name. Once the user has entered their name (and pressed enter), the program continues. In this case, the program will print “Hello name, welcome to Programming Python!”.
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