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x = int(input())

a = 12
sestdiena = x//a
sestdienaa = x%a
print(sestdiena, str(sestdienaa) + "/" + str(a))
print("Sestdien piepildīja" + sestdiena + "kastītes, nepilnajā kastītē bija" + sestdienaa + " olas .")

Traceback (most recent call last):
File "", line 7, in <module>
print("Sestdien piepildīja" + sestdiena + "kastītes, nepilnajā kastītē bija" + sestdienaa + " olas .")
TypeError: can only concatenate str (not "int") to str

What I have tried:

How can that error be solved?? And again- explain and/or show/write as simple as you can because I'm stupid in programming. Thank you guys, I really appreciate it.
Updated 13-Nov-20 22:56pm

This is just a hint ...
Your first print line is OK, but there is a problem on the second print line.
It has to do with concatenating string and int types as the compiler says ...
Can you spot it now ?
Good luck
Helmuts Helmuts 13-Nov-20 16:23pm
Well I can't spot it now either. Problem is that I don't understand what concatening string and int types mean.
TX6430 14-Nov-20 4:33am
Hi, Concatenating refers to using + operator to "attach" string variables such as s = s1 + s2. Another hint is that Python has implicit typing of variables. When creating a variable, Python compiler understands its type automatically and remembers that. We humans cannot see this immediately in the code and have to remember this. Variables such as
a = 2
b = "xyz"
have different types, in this case integer and string ...
Does this help to see the problem ?
Helmuts Helmuts 14-Nov-20 8:12am
So. You want to say, that I have to convert that "sestdiena", which is only one in that print line which is not str, to str??

Edit. I did it, but now it shows another error.
that line now looks this
print(str(sestdiena), str(sestdienaa) + "/" + str(a))
And error shown is this
File "", line 5, in <module>
print(str(sestdiena), str(sestdienaa) + "/" + str(a))
TypeError: 'int' object is not callable.

how to fix that??
TX6430 14-Nov-20 15:40pm
Using Python 3 in a Jupyter Notebook I modified your code as follows

x = 7
a = 12
sestdiena = x//a
sestdienaa = x%a
print(sestdiena, str(sestdienaa) + "/" + str(a))
print("Sestdien piepildīja" + str(sestdiena) + "kastītes, nepilnajā kastītē bija" + str(sestdienaa) + " olas .")

and in this case the result is:

0 7/12
Sestdien piepildīja0kastītes, nepilnajā kastītē bija7 olas .

There is no error ...

To practice Python, I suggest that you install Anaconda and use Jupyter Notebooks as it is an interactive environment, or use an online Python snippet tool such as this one

Both environments are really helpful when learning Python
Hope that this helps ...
Helmuts Helmuts 15-Nov-20 4:30am
It really worked. Thank you very very much! :)))
TX6430 15-Nov-20 8:04am
Thanks for your feedback
Glad I could help ...
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If you are having problems getting started at all, then this may help: How to Write Code to Solve a Problem, A Beginner's Guide[^]
You cannot concatenated variables by adding numbers to strings. You must convert any numbers to strings first, as you have done in the first print statement.

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