Type Conversion converts the object from one data type to another data type.
It is performed automatically by the Python interpreter. Loss of data is avoided in Implicit Type Conversion.
Changing the value of one data type (such as integer, string, float, etc.) to a different data type is called type conversion. It is beneficial in day-to-day and competitive programming.
It is a process in which a data type is automatically converted into another data type, and it does not require any user engagement.
It is manually converted by the user according to the demands. In this type of Conversion, users convert the data type of an object to the needed data type accordingly.
int(a, base): It changes all data types to an integer. 'Base' is where the string is if the data type is of string data type.
float(): It changes any data type to a floating-point number.
ord(): It changes a character to an integer.
hex(): It changes an integer to a hexadecimal string.
oct(): It changes an integer to an octal string.
tuple(): It changes to a tuple.
set(): It returns the type after changing to set.
list(): It changes a data type to a list type.
dict(): It converts a tuple of order (such as key, value) into a dictionary.
str() : It changes an integer into a string.
complex(real,imag) : It changes real numbers to complex(real,imag) numbers.
chr(number): It changes a number to its identical ASCII character.
is also called Type Casting, the user converts the data types of objects using predefined functions. In Type Casting, loss of data may occur as we forcibly convert the object to be of a specific data type.