# darshna

## Continuing Python!

After so many days I am continuing with Python again. Yes, I was not able to maintain the series properly, but let's get back to work and know what I read next in Python from the book of PYM. In Python most of the lines will have expressions and these expressions are made of operators and operands.

## Operators

These are the symbols which tells the python interpretor to do the mathematical operation.

``````2+3
5
22.0/12
1.83333

``````

To get floating results we need to use the division using any of operand as the floating number. To do modular operation use % operator.

``````
#!/usr/bin/envv python3
days= int(input("Enter days:"))

month= days/30
days= days%30
print("Months= %d days= %d %(month, days))

``````

## operator ## meaning

< is less than > is greater than <= is less than or equal to >= is greater than or equal == is equal to != is not equal to

Note: `//` operator gives floor division result.

``````4.0//3
1.0

4.0/3
1.33333
``````

# Logical operator

To do a logical AND, OR we use these keywords.