Convert Float to String in Python


You can make use of the str function to convert a float to string, this method will return the string version of the object passed if no object is provided it will return an empty string.

Example 1 : Float to String


my_float = 0.101999999
my_string = str(my_float)
print(my_string)

Output: 0.101999999


Example 2 : Float to String with validation


my_float = 0.09 //float value
my_string = str(my_float) //converting float to string

print(type(my_float)) //checking the type of my_float 
print(type(my_string)) //checking the type of my_string 

print(my_string)

Output:<class 'float'> <class 'str'> 0.09


Read more: https://docs.python.org/3.7/library/stdtypes.html#str



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