So my question is how can you (or if it can be done at all) convert data type of set to an integer?
for example: (IS A TOY EXAMPLE TO EXPLAIN WHAT I’M TRYING TO DO)
A = [1, 2, 6, 4, 3] a_set = set(A) a_int = a_function(a_set) print(type(a_int))
So any assistance in the conversion of a set() to an int would be greatful. I have seen this how-can-i-convert-a-set-of-numeric-strings-to-a-set-of-integers which I thought may help but no luck. So thanks in advance.
What I’m actually trying to do is that I want to return a set that has only one element inside it but I want to return it as an int.
You are not trying to covert a
set to an
int. You are merely trying to “pull” out the content of the set.
If you are certain the set contains only one element, you can use
If the set contains more than a single element, every call to
pop will grab and return an arbitrary element from it.
Be careful, if the set is empty calling
pop on it will raise a