Python has two data types that represent numbers: floats and integers. These data types have distinct properties.
If you try to use a float with a function that only supports integers, like the range() function, you’ll encounter the “TypeError: ‘float’ object cannot be interpreted as an integer” error.
TypeError: ‘float’ object cannot be interpreted as an integer
Floating-point numbers are values that can contain a decimal point. Integers are whole numbers. It is common in programming for these two data types to be distinct.
In Python programming, some functions like range() can only interpret integer values. This is because they are not trained to automatically convert floating-point values to an integer.
This error is commonly raised when you use range() with a floating-point number to create a list of numbers in a given range.