In this tutorial, you will learn to compare string and integer in Python.
In Python, if you want to compare a String with an Integer then all you are required to make sure is that the string variable is first typecasted to the integer.
Also, you have to make sure that the string is containing only numbers and no other alphabets are part of the string variable.
Using Typecasting To Compare String and Integer
Let us see in the below code how you can use the typecasting method to compare string and integer in Python.
#Initializing the String Variable stringNum = "123" #using Typecasting to Compare the String #To integer if int(stringNum) <= 123: print("Typecasted Number is compared.") else: print("Not Working.")
Typecasted Number is compared.
As you can see in the above code, I have typecasted the stringNum variable to integer and then compared it to the integer values to 123. And you can see using this method you can easily compare a string and number in Python.
I hope you understood about the typecasting and how it works in case of comparing the string and number in Python.
Let me know in the comment section if you think you know a better method than the one discussed above. I will be happy to add it here.