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DHIRENDRA SINHACourses Plus Student 139 Points
whats the error here years = 35 days = years*365 float weeks = days/7
whats the error here
Krishna Pratap Chouhan15,203 Points
The problem is nothing but just that you have provided type of variable before assigning it a value.
It doesn't happens that way in Python.
Python is dynamic typed, where you dont have to specify the type of variable. Just assign it a value and it'll figure out what kind of variable it is by looking into the value assigned.
years = 35 days = years*365 #this seems like a c/c++ code. #float weeks = days/7 #Unlike C/C++ python is not static-typed language. weeks = days/7
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