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Python Python Basics (Retired) Shopping List Lists and Strings

how to make variable?

How to make variable in python 3.7?

greeting_list.py
full_name
name_list() = [full_name]

1 Answer

Bart Bruneel
Bart Bruneel
27,212 Points

Hello Lee,

You just assign something to the variable name with the '=' sign. So you type:

name_list='full_name'

The string 'full_name' has now been assigned to the variable name_list. Or if the name_list needs to be an empty list where you can append stuff to, you type:

name_list=[]

With this you have assigned an empty list to the variable name_list.