Checkpoint 1.1.1. Variable and Type Determination in C and Python.
- In C, variables must be explicitly declared with their data types, while in Python, variables are dynamically typed and their data types are determined at runtime.
- Both C and Python require explicit variable declarations with predefined data types.
- Incorrect. C requires explicit variable declarations while Python does not.
- In Python, variables are declared using the "var" keyword, while C uses the "int" keyword for integer variables and "char" for character variables.
- Incorrect. The "var" keyword is used in other languages like Pascal, not Python!
Which of the following statements are true about variable and type determination in C and Python?