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easyinput module in Python offers an easy input interface analogous to cin stream in C++. It supports multiple data types including files and provides functionalities… Read More
In Competitive Programming, it is important to read input as fast as possible to save valuable time. Input/Output in Python can be sometimes time taking… Read More
In this article, we will see different ways in which first we can take input from users and second show output to them. How to… Read More
In this post, We will see how to take integer input in Python. As we know that Python’s built-in input() function always returns a str(string)… Read More
In Python, we use the input() function to take input from the user. Whatever you enter as input, the input function converts it into a… Read More
Formatting in C In C language format specifiers are used to input and output. It is a way to tell the compiler what type of… Read More
In this article, we will read How to take input from stdin in Python. There are a number of ways in which we can take… Read More
Python is a widely used general-purpose language that can be used for many purposes. Taking input in any language is as important as breathing for… Read More
Given an input string that is comma-separated instead of space. The task is to store this input string in a list or variables. This can… Read More
Developers often have a need to interact with users, either to get data or to provide some sort of result. Most programs today use a… Read More
A lot of people use Python as a replacement for shell scripts, using it to automate common system tasks, such as manipulating files, configuring systems,… Read More
Sometimes as part of programming, we are required to work with databases because we want to store a huge amount of information so we use… Read More
There are several ways to present the output of a program. Data can be printed in a human-readable form, or written to a file for… Read More
Python print() function prints the message to the screen or any other standard output device. Syntax:  print(value(s), sep= ' ', end = '\n', file=file, flush=flush)… Read More
The developer often wants a user to enter multiple values or inputs in one line. In C++/C user can take multiple inputs in one line… Read More