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I recently started using Python for all of my programming. It was working great up until I started getting an error message that said "TypeError: can't convert 'int' object to str implicitly?" and now I don't know how to get rid of the message or how I can even begin to fix the problem. Does anyone know how to fix it?

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What this error means is that you cannot be cocatenating a string with an int. The Python compiler would not be able to do the conversion by itself. This is what the error means: conversion can't happen implicitly.

You need to convert your int to a string then you need to manually use the str function.

Use "text", str, "text" to get the intended result. Text will contain the text you need to print.

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A TypeError can occur if the type of an object is not what the Python interpreter expected to see. This error is a common mistake made by beginning developers is to use the '+' operator between values of incompatible types. This error message Can't convert 'int' object to str implicitly is clear, when concatenating strings with integers - you can't directly stick together a string and an integer. So, in order to resolve this problem, you have to explicitly parse the integer to a string by the str() built-in function .

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Explicitly cast the int object to a string:

x = 10                          # Integer
print("X is set to " + str(10)) # Explicitly a string

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