Is there a scanf() or sscanf() equivalent in python?

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Is there a scanf() or sscanf() equivalent in python? scanf() is a very good way to get user input. Can you tell me something like this for python?
Jul 29 in Python by Ashish
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There is nothing as such for python.

For simple input parsing, the easiest way is usually to split the line into whitespace-delimited words using the split() method of string objects and then convert decimal strings to numeric values using int() or float().
answered Jul 29 by Greg

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