Introduction To Python User Input
In a python, we can also take the input from the user in which the user can access the data by there own choice, and while creating a variable and you need to add the value by the user it is possible in python.
Input using the input( ) function
A function is defined as a block of organized, reusable code used to perform a single, related action.
Python has many built-in functions; you can also create your own.
Python has an input function that lets you ask a user for some text input. You call this function to tell the program to stop and wait for the user to key in the data.
In Python 2, you have a built-in function raw_input(), whereas in Python 3, you have input(). The program will resume once the user presses the ENTER or RETURN key. Look at this example to get input from the keyboard using Python 2 in the interactive mode.
Your output is displayed in quotes once you hit the ENTER key.
I am learning at Fireblaze
'I am learning at Fireblaze'
Last_name = raw_input("Enter last_name:")
print("last_name is: " + last_name)
IN python 3.0 we use input function like this.
I am learning at fireblaze. 'I am learning at Fireblaze.' Last_name = input("Enter last_name:") print("last_name is: " + last_name)
In this blog, we cover all the functions of user input and examples of both methods which helps you to solve the problems on user input.