Python 2a - Inputting Strings
Inputting Strings in Python
A string is a collection of characters (letters, numbers and punctuation) such as: “Wednesday”, “Toy Story 4” or “Boeing 747”.
You must include speech marks when writing a string.
We use the input command to ask a question and let a user input data.
After input you write your question in brackets and speech marks (just like when you print).
The user’s answer must be saved into a variable (e.g. name) which is written first.
Type your answer in the shell
You can then use that variable for other purposes, such as printing it within a sentence:
Always choose an appropriate name when using variables.
1. Write an input line to ask the user how they are feeling.
2. Write a print line that responds to their answer, using their response.
3. Write an input line to ask the user their country of birth.
4. print a suitable statement that uses their response.