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Please, explain what you are trying to ask, and give an example.
Right now I don't understand the conditions you are asking this question under.
I wonder what he wonders too, in assignment 5 on Tip calculator you cant divite 15 by 100
you have to divide by 15.0
@mrfatdog21: That's because you want a float value after you divide something.
In coding, whenever we divide two integer numbers, we get an integer number as a result.
But in case one of the numbers is a float, or the expression has a float value as a result, you'll get a float value as a result.
Got it? No? Okay, here's an example:
print (1/2) #brings you zero print (1.0/2) #brings you zero point five print (1/2.0) #brings you zero point five as well
Hope this helps
That's not the case for python. In python 5/2 should give 2.5 and 5//2 should give 2. I could be wrong, but I don't think so.
Depends on the version of Python you use.
5/2 should equal 2 in the Codecademy Python course(Python 2.7 I think), but 2.5 in Python 3.
Just like @cadecodes mentioned, you're not correct.
Regardless if is Python 2.x.x, 3.x.x, 4.x.x or anything else, a divison between a float number with another float number, or integer number, you'll get a float value as a result.
Note: considering you are using /.
The difference between / and // is that the first one is the actual division where the second one is what we call as "floor division" which means:
print (1.0//2) # 0 (check the floor definition in mathematics) print (1.0/2) #0.5
Such feature is available in Python 3.x.x, some say it's available in Python 2.2.x but not sure about this info.
Note: doing this operation in Python 2, which will be the same in both cases where the final result will be equal to 0.5