input ("Enter a number: ") print (num * 8)
hey , it is a mistake every one does…
first thing -> when ever you accept some input using input() method, it will be of string type…
so you should explicitly convert it into other type as per your requirement.
if you execute above code , you will get an output a string , where the num is concatinated 8 times as
print('2'*3) # '222'
so here if you want to perform multiplication , better convert into integer.
num = int(input("Enter a number : ")) print(num*8)
above I am converting the input into integer type
hope it makes clear
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What @KurvaShivaKumar said is exactly what you should be following. Your first error is potentially that “num” is not defined. So you will @KurvaShivaKumar has assigned the input value to the variable
num. Once you do an assignment, the variable
num is defined and will not throw an error but as @KurvaShivaKumar explained in detail, you will need to convert it to integer.
Give space between num and 8 it should be
print(num * 8)