Python, unlike Java, C++, and many other languages, has very little code overhead. Everything you learn can be immediately used in code. For instance, pop over to https://repl.it/languages/python3 and type the following classic line of code:
As you would suspect, it outputs simply:
There's no input and not really any processing here - just output: the computer giving data to the user.
You can also print numbers:
and math expressions:
print(5 + 5)
prints 10 as expected.
prints 10.0 ... What's up with that?
The short answer: 5 is an integer, 5.0 is a floating point. They have different Type.