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Python Python Basics (Retired) Things That Count Exceptions

Lianna Jarecki
Lianna Jarecki
580 Points

Try: and Exception: if int(of an inputted number) will crash, why would float(of an inputted number) work?

Is this an either/or case? Is a numerical response to input always a string? When is it not?

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