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Data Types in Python

Numerical Data Type in General

First and foremost, we should get acquainted with numeric data types, which are supposed to be the most commonly used ones.

Numeric data types generally consist of three main, built-in types: **int**, **float**, and **complex**. By the way, 'built-in' means that Python can initially work with them, and we do not need to pre-define them. Just write **int** using Python.

**int** defines the integer value that you are used to using in regular, everyday life, for instance, `1`

,`2`

,`45`

, and `456566`

. Examples of floating-point numbers are like **pi value** `3.14159265359`

and **Euler number** `2.71828`

. And an example for **complex** is `5+7j`

, where `5`

is the **real part** and `7j`

is the **imaginary part** of the number.

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