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In languages like C, integers are explained in terms of the amount of memory allotted. 
We can say that int can store 2 raised to 16 values using 2 bytes. 
In the spoken tutorial, I noticed that an integer variable can hold 
even greater values like 99999999. How can this be explained in terms of 
physical storage used? 

Python-3.4.3 Basic-datatypes-and-operators 04-05 min 10-20 sec 24-06-19, 1:56 p.m. LaxmiT


In c language size of int is 2 bytes, in java is 4 bytes. There we can explain what is the maximum value stored in a variable type of int or long(both signed or unsigned). But in python 3.x we can store unlimited integers .Python is dynamically typed, which means that you don't have to declare what type each variable is. In Python, variables are a storage placeholder for texts and numbers. It must have a name so that you are able to find it again. 
01-07-19, 6:51 p.m. npswamy2006

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