How to convert a numeric string to the corresponding float or integer value in Python?
It is pretty simple, consider the example below:
a = '34.44'
c = float(a)
This will convert the numeric string to it's corresponding float value.
int() is the Python standard built-in function to convert a string into an integer value. You call it with a string containing a number as the argument, and it returns the number converted to an integer.
You can understand the working here in this example
print (int("5") + 2)
Using list comprehensions:
t2 = [map(int, list(l)) for l in t1]
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