What can I store in a variable?



We’ve stored numbers and strings in variables so far, what else can Python store in a variable?


Python variables can store:

  1. Characters (single characters, like ‘c’)

  2. Strings (“sentences wrapped in quotation marks, like this one”)

  3. Numbers (integers and floating point numbers)

  4. Booleans (True or False)

  5. Data structures (lists, tuples, dictionaries - you’ll learn about these later)

FAQ: Learn Python - Python Syntax - Variables

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