Check python object's data type

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I have recently started using python for data analytics and I super confused with commands. I have an object called stats2019 and I need to check the data type of this object. How do I do that?
Nov 18 in Python by Hannah
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Hi @hannah, that's pretty simple. To check any objects data type in python, you just have to use the following command:

type(object_name)

In your case

type(stats2019)
answered Nov 18 by Eric

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