A statement is a unit of code that the Python interpreter can execute .


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Input and Output statement

In Python, we have the input() function for taking the user input . The input() function prompts the user to enter data. It accepts all user input as string . The user may enter a number or a string but the input() function treats them as strings only. 

The syntax for input() is: 

input ([Prompt])


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Python uses the print() function to output data to the screen.The function print() evaluates the expression before displaying it on the screen. The print() outputs a complete line and then moves to the next line for subsequent output. 

The syntax for print() is: 



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