The input() function is a built-in function that allows user input.
This input function takes input as a 'string' and gives a return value as string/character hence we have to pass that into a variable.
a = input("Enter language: ") print("I am learning", a)
Enter language: Python #name given by user I am learning Python #print by python
x = input("Enter first number: ") #string y = input("Enter first number: ") #string print (x + y) #print as it it as 'string' i.e. 458 print(int(x) + int(y)) #typecasting - convert into integar than add i.e. 53
Enter first number: 45 #45 given by user Enter second number: 8 #8 given by user 458 #as string: 45+8=458 53 #as integar: 45+8=53