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String Representations in Python — Understand repr() vs. str()

Know their usages and relationships

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In a previous post, I talked about f-strings in Python. Briefly, f-strings are known as formatted string literals, which allow us to write more concise code to format strings in the way we want. Let’s take a quick refresh on the f-strings. In…

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Yong Cui

Yong Cui

Work at the nexus of biomedicine, data science & mobile dev. Love to write on these technological topics. Follow me @ycui01 on Twitter to get latest articles.

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