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Python programming language supports a variety of operators namely Arithmetic, Bitwise, Relational, Assignment, Identity, Membership, Logical and Boolean. Let us discuss Python Operator Priority or precedence relative to one other with examples using this tutorial.
Python Bitwise Operators work on integer type operands at bit-level. A number is converted to 1's and 0's before a bitwise operator is applied.
Python uses the same keywords to represent logical operators and boolean operators. These are "and", "or" and "not". Let us learn more in this Last Minute Python Boolean Operators and Priority Tutorial with examples.
Python language supports Logical operators to form complex conditions. These are different from the logical operators used in C and Java. Let us know more in this Last Minute Python Logical operators and priority tutorial using examples.
Python language supports 6 relational operators or comparison operators. These operators allow you to compare two variables or constants. Let us learn more about these relational operators in this Last-minute Python tutorial with examples.
The operators used for doing arithmetic operations are called Arithmetic operators. Addition operator, subtraction operator, multiplication operator, division operator and modulo-division operator are mostly used.
Python programming language has built-in support for various data types. Some times, the programmers need Type Conversion or Type Casting support in Python.
Python is a dynamically Typed language meaning that the type of a variable is determined at runtime based on the type of data assigned to it.
End users like Executable files in Windows. So, a developer should be able to create a Python Executable File (.exe) from the source file (.py).
You know that you can compile and run a Python program using just a single PYTHON command in the DOS command prompt.