Hey guys, in this blog we will see a **Python Program to Add Two Numbers **in 2 ways.

The first way is where we will be giving the program two constants to add whereas in the second example we will take both the numbers as input from the user.

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## Example 1: Add Two Numbers

# Python Program to Add Two Numbers num1 = 3.5 num2 = 4.2 # Adding both numbers sum = num1 + num2 # Print the results print(f'The sum of {num1} and {num2} is {sum}')

**Output**

The sum of 3.5 and 4.2 is 7.7

This program simply reads 2 constants provided by us (3.5 and 4.2), adds them, and simply displays the results using the `print()`

statement.

In the print statement, we have used “f” before our string which says that format the variables (num1, num2, sum) in our string.

## Example 2: Add Two Numbers with User Input

# Python Program to Add Two Numbers num1 = input('Enter the first number -> ') num2 = input('Enter the second number -> ') # Adding both numbers sum = float(num1) + float(num2) # Print the results print(f'The sum of {num1} and {num2} is {sum}')

**Output**

Enter the first number -> 2.3 Enter the second number -> 3.3 The sum of 2.3 and 3.3 is 5.6

This program is also almost the same as the above, except for the point that here we are taking numbers as input from the user. We take input from the users using the input() function in python.

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