There are few data types in Python namely:

**integers**(int) – numeric type, whole numbers (can be positive or negative), e.g. 1,2,3**floating**(float) – numeric type,numbers with decimal point, e.g. 1.1, 2.20, 3.450**complex**(complex) – numeric type, real + imaginary,e.g. 5+6q**strings**(str) – text type, sequences of characters,e.g. “Euan”, “1234”**dictionaries**(dict) – is a mapping type, unordered key:valued pairs**lists**(list) -sequence type,ordered sequence of objects,e.g.[123,”Euan”,100.0]**sets**(set) -set type, unordered collection of objects {“x”,”y”}**booleans**(bool)- logical value, either True or False**tuples**(tup), ordered,unchangeable or immutable sequence of objects

There are few more data types which I won’t cover for now. See you next post.