In this blog post, I will show you how to get input from a user in Python and how easy it is.
To get input from a user in Python, we use a built-in function called input().
The function prompts the user to enter a value.
Below, I have two lines of code.
In the first one, I am printing to the screen and asking the user to enter a message.
In the second line, I am using the input() function to get the input from the user.
get_input = input()
I can also integrate the input function into a text that will prompt for input.
As shown below I used in the first example.
get_input_2 = input("Please enter message")
Note: Input data is always returned as a string.
If you need to get the input in the form of a number (int) or float, you will need to convert the value after you receive the input.