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    How to give a value to numbers of a string?


    Every string contains different numbers but this is an example of one.

    (number1,number2,number3,number4,number5,number6,) = [2 ,1 ,7 ,30,39,51,]

    I can print the number1 to number6 separated but I can not calculate with them because they have the value 0.
    How can I calculate with their real value?

    Thanks
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    Originally Posted by Filip.V
    Every string contains different numbers but this is an example of one.
    I don't see any string here in your question. You just initialize six integer numbers
    python Code:
    (number1,number2,number3,number4,number5,number6,) = [2 ,1 ,7 ,30,39,51,]


    Originally Posted by Filip.V
    I can print the number1 to number6 separated but I can not calculate with them because they have the value 0.
    I don't understand what do you mean by 'They have the value 0'
    python Code:
     
    >>> (number1,number2,number3,number4,number5,number6,) = [2 ,1 ,7 ,30,39,51,]
    >>> number1
    2
    >>> number2
    1
    >>> number3
    7
    >>> number4
    30
    >>> number5
    39
    >>> number6
    51
    >>> (number1 + number6) * number4
    1590
    >>> type(number1)
    <type 'int'>
    >>>
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    I did something wrong but now I can calculate with it.Thanks

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