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In the previous exercise, we worked with two types of variables
integer, or int: a number without decimal part.
bmi with the value 25 is an example of an integer.
height with the value of 40 (in rectangle example) is also an integer.
float, or floating point: a number that has both integer and decimal parts.
weight with the value of 72.25 is an example of a float.
Other common data types in Python are
str, or string: Represents sequences of characters such as a message or text. Variable
my_name = "John" is an example of a string
Pro Tip - We can use either single or double quotes to represent strings.
Example - "John" (notice double quotes) and 'John' (notice single quotes) both are same strings
bool, or boolean: Represents logical values such as
is_great = True is an example of a boolean
Pro Tip - Notice capitalization in True and False. Capitalization is important for boolean variables in Python
gender, with the value
is_obese, with the value
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