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I have a weird situation, where my Idle says 2 == int -> False 5.54 == float -> False ._.

MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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2 is an integer but not equal to type int so to check you should do type(2) == int type(5.54) == float hope this helps...
I feel soooo silly hahaha since now more sleep hours.
it happens.....hey can you help me with ps4 2011 course 6.00 here is the link to the thread already started:

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ok tell me what can I do for you, sorry for how long took me to reply ... big party haha xD
thanks for the concern but i am through with it.... are you taking the Edx course ?
yeah actually!! I've just started the week6, and it's due to this wednesday xD I to put the batteries for this days xD
ok..that's nice well i am viewing lectures from 2011, 6.00

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