Programming in Python : Arithmetic operations in python

Python is a functional programming language. Arithmetic operations are simply done as shown below in python interactive mode.

>>> 3+5
8

>>> (10+40)/10
5
A value can be assigned to sevaral variables simultaneously. Complex numbers are also supported. Imaginary numbers are written with a suffix j or J. In a complex number z, z.real and z.imag returns real and imaginary parts respectively. In interactive mode the last printed character is assigned to a variable’_’.

>>> x = y = z = 0

>>> -1j * 1j
(1+0j)

>>> a=678

>>> a*23
15594

>>> print _
15594

>>> _/22
708

Author: Abhilash

Hey! This is Abhilash - A Ruby developer for years, specialised on web development. Right now working as a freelance Ruby Developer. I am also working on Angular, Sinatra and many other backend infra. Mainly working on Ruby On Rails platform since 2010. This blog is about Ruby, Ruby On Rails and other subjects that I had a chance to go through. You can contact me here: abhilash.amballur@gmail.com Abhilash AK

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