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First, we have to know what is a variable?
In programming, a variable is a value that can change, depending on conditions or on information passed to the program
Now, we know what is a variable but… How do I assign it?
To assign a variable you just need to add the equal sign (=) that’s it, you now have a variable… Kinda.
Also you can do multiples assignments like this:
Or assign the same value to different variables like this:
Types of variables:
There are 6 main datatypes of variables.
In this category are 4 “subcategories”:
- Integers (int)
- Long Integers (long)
- Floating point real values (float)
- Complex Numbers (complex)
Here are some examples:
In a string variable you can add any type of characters, number, symbols letters, you only need to add “” and write whatever you want, like this.
In this variable you can add various values to a single variable, you declare it with  and separate the values with a ” , ” like this
Then you can choose the value you want or the range of values. For a single value you only write between the  the number in which the value is positioned, be careful because in Python, the first value is the value 0
To remove an element from the list, you can use del list [#] or you can use list.remove (“value”). It only takes out the value but the sequence keeps going with the next value . Here is an example:
Also you can change or update the values of a list, like this:
4 – Tuple:
A Tuple is like a list, but less flexible and instead of using  we use (). You can’t replace values. Example:
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