Data in CPython
When writing programs in Python (CPython), you have access to data types such as a int, str, tuple, list and a dict. It is fairly obvious what each of these data types would be used to represent: an int data type would represent an integer and a list would represent a list of items – homeogeneous or
heterogenous. As opposed to a language like C, the Python compiler
automatically decides what type to use for your data without the need
to be explicitly specified.
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