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LESSON 8
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Strings
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Introduction

We have used strings before. They are assigned simply by writing the text between single quotes, double quotes, or a combination of three of each to write a text on multiple lines.

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The data type is str, meaning a string of characters (in a simple form, a string).

Python has the ability to adapt, so assignments without explicitly imposing the type automatically lead to the creation of str objects.

We also know that the input() function reads a string of characters entered by the user from the keyboard and returns it as a str type. The read data must eventually be explicitly converted to a data type for processing, otherwise, we may encounter interpretation errors:



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Note. In other programming languages, there is the char type, which holds a single character - Python does not offer this because it is considered that we can define a string of characters with a length of 1simple.
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