Error is invalid literal for int with base 10

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Hello guys I'm stuck b/w value error: 
Can anyone help me to come out of this error?

Error is "invalid literal for int() with base 10: ' ' "

Oct 15, 2020 in Python by anonymous
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This error is caused because we try to convert “7.4: to an integer. The value “7.4” is formatted as a string. Python cannot convert a floating-point number in a string to an integer.

To overcome this issue, we need to convert the value a user inserts to a floating-point number. Then, we can convert it to an integer.

We can do this by using the float() and int() statements. The int() function returns an integer. The float() function returns a floating-point representation of a float.

answered Oct 15, 2020 by Gitika
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