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Stephen Smyth
Stephen Smyth
928 Points

How to force an int into a string

Essentially the opposite of int()

2 Answers

Hello Stephen,

You can use str(). Here is a link for the docs if you want to read about it: https://docs.python.org/2/library/functions.html#str

Stephen Smyth
Stephen Smyth
928 Points

Thanks. I initially tried that with the help function but it through an error so I thought str() wasn't function. I must have mistyped. Thanks!