Data types specify the different sizes and values that can be stored in the variable. For example, Python stores numbers, strings, and a list of values using different data types.
Python is a dynamically typed language; therefore, we do not need to specify the variable’s type while declaring it. Whatever value we assign to the variable based on that data type will be automatically assigned. For example,
name = 'Arthur' here Python will store the name variable as a
str data type.
No matter what value is stored in a variable (object), a variable can be any type like
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