Hi, i need to know What do you mean by Python literals
A literal is some notation that represents a built-in, or fixed value in code. For example,
1 is an integer literal, because whenever you write
1 in code, you’re actually just writing notation that represents the
int value of 1. Another example is a string literal, such as
"hello world!". When you write that, you’re really just representing a string object.
It’s important to note that in Python, you can’t assign to a literal:
In : 1 = len() File "<ipython-input-1>", line 1 1 = len() ^ SyntaxError: cannot assign to literal
This raises an error since you’re trying to assign to
1, which is a literal.