anonymous
  • anonymous
why do we use int(raw_input()) ... direct input() gives runtime error...
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anonymous
  • anonymous
you can use int(input()) as well if you're using python3
anonymous
  • anonymous
but my question is that why does it gives runtime error....:?
anonymous
  • anonymous
input() in python 2.x is only intended to accept integers / float. If anything except an integer / float is entered then you will have an error. if you're using python 3.x you should not be getting a error. http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Python_Programming/Input_and_output

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