I didn’t understand Int help me

# Integer

**mtf**#2

Data can take a number of different forms:

```
"some text" => str (string)
'some text' => str (string)
True => bool (boolean)
False => bool (boolean)
3 => int (integer)
3.14 => float (real)
```

Integers are whole numbers from negative infinity through positive infinity. Natural numbers are a subset of integers sometimes referred to as *counting numbers* from 1 to positive infinity. Python does not distinguish between Natural and Integer.

```
int(3) => 3
int(3.14) => 3
int('3') => 3
```

Above we see that the `int()`

function will convert a float to an integer, and will convert a string that looks like a number (such as the return from `raw_input()`

) to an integer.

**system**#4

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