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Python The Problem

Multiple input at a time

How to take multiple names in single input command? Suppose I take 2 names in variable N = 'A B'. How to use A and B separately in further calculations?

Stivan Radev
Stivan Radev
1,475 Points

I suggest you use a list:

name = ['A', 'B']

Then to get either name "A" or "B", all you have to do is this

#For name 'A'
name[0]
#For name 'B'
name[1]

This is the simplest way that I came up with. Hopefully, it helps you in so way.

1 Answer

Stivan Radev ...Thanks