What does means in Python

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What does // means in Python?
Dec 13, 2023 in Python by Hoor
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In Python, when you use //, it divides numbers and gives you the answer as a whole number without any decimal parts. So, 7 divided by 3 using // gives you 2 because it focuses on the whole chunks without considering what's left as a fraction.
answered Dec 29, 2023 by Vani

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