I'm not exactly stuck. More of a mental block. And maybe it's just because they're trying to teach the strings and the ways to manipulate them.
But why would I use str(3.14) rather than just putting quotes around it?
Both output the same thing (and actually pass the lesson), the main difference is one keeps it a variable and just uses it as a string, the other turns it into a string.
Perhaps I answered my question as I typed it. This would be useful later on when I might want to print out something like:
spam = 3.14
print "The value of pi is around" + str(spam)
Is that the main benefit of using str over " "? It's more versitile in the above example?
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