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Python Python Basics Meet Python Variables

Craig wrote: first_name=11 Before that he wrote: first_name="Ada" Why is it that Ada had quotes around it and not 11?

Is there a difference between first_name="11" and first_name=11?

1 Answer

Fatemah Tavakoli
Fatemah Tavakoli
13,797 Points

We put "" around whatever that is String. first_name = "Ada". Number/Integer doesn't need "".

Thanks! I appreciate your reply.