How to Convert Int to String in Python

If you are a Python programmer, avoiding “TypeErrors” is a necessity. Most commonly, this can be done by converting an integer to a string. Converting numbers into strings will help to easily align the results into a table or an ordered list. In this tutorial, we are going to use the “str” function to convert an integer to a string. If you have further queries, you can message us through the comments.

  1. Open the Python Editor in your computer.
  2. Type “str (number)” in the editor and press Enter.

This function runs the built-in string function to convert an integer to a string. Like the same, you could use the “int” function to convert the number to an integer. If you do not use “str” function to convert the integer to a string, Python will display the error “TypeError: cannot concatenate “str” and “int”

Here is an example of the task. In this example, first, you prompt users to enter a random number. Then, use the “int” function to convert the number to an integer. After this, add seven to the integer. Then, the “str” function converts the integer to a string.

"print ( "Enter the integer: ",)answer = input ()number = int (answer)addSeven = number +7print ( "Adding 7 to your number, we get the answer " +str (addSeven))"

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