In Python, a variable allows us to refer to a value with a name. To create a variable use "=" like below
x = 10
Here, we have assigned integer value 10 to x.
Create variables in the Jupyter notebook on the right-hand side. Press "Shift + Enter" to run code in individual cells.
Create a variable my_int with the value 20. Since 20 is an integer, my_int is an integer variable.
Create a variable my_float with the value 15.85. Here my_float is a float variable.
Create a variable my_string with value 'Hello World'. Here my_string is a string variable. In Python string can be defined using single or double quotes.
Create a variable my_bool with the value True. Here my_bool is a boolean variable and represent the logical values True or False(Note the capitalization)