Python input() Function
Python input() function is used to get input from the user. It prompts for the user input and reads a line. After reading data, it converts it into a string and returns that. It throws an error EOFError if EOF is read.
prompt: It is a string message which prompts for the user input.
It returns user input after converting into a string.
Let's see some examples of input() function to understand it's functionality.
Python input() Function Example 1
Here, we are using this function get user input and display to the user as well.
Enter a value: 45 You entered: 45
Python input() Function Example 2
The input() method returns string value. So, if we want to perform arithmetic operations, we need to cast the value first. See the example below.
Enter an integer: 12 Square of the value: 144