What is the python logic to check if a number is armstrong number or not?

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How is the logic different from any other programming language?
Jul 23 in Python by Waseem
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number = int(input("enter a number"))

s = 0
temp = number
while temp > 0:
     c = temp % 10
     s += c**3
     temp //= 10
if temp ==  num:
   print('armstron number')
   print('not an armstrong number')  
answered Jul 30 by Mohammad
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