For instance, in C we can do something like this:
One solution is to use raw_input() two times.
Another solution is to use split()
Note that we don’t have to explicitly specify split(‘ ‘) because split() uses any whitespace characters as delimiter as default.
One thing to note in above Python code is, both x and y would be of string. We can convert them to int using another line
x, y = [int(x), int(y)] # We can also use list comprehension x, y = [int(x) for x in [x, y]]
Below is complete one line code to read two integer variables from standard input using split and list comprehension
Note that in Python 3, we use input() in place of raw_input().
This article is contributed by Abhishek Shukla. Please write comments if you find anything incorrect, or you want to share more information about the topic discussed above
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