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.
- Open the Python Editor in your computer.
- 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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