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Whenever I think about to make that thing (intenger,float, dataframe , array) constant. it works mostly on all the languages but not in python. So, I decided to create a package for constant numbers like pi and etc. That should be easy. So, here it is.

How to use it!

First install library - pip install constant_nums

after that, from constant_nums import final

basic syntax should be like this only

<constant_name> = final.cons(,<constant_name>)

Now here unit means anything, like int,str,dataframe and array anything. The name of the constant should be same on both the sides. Otherwise it won't be a constant anymore.

Example : pi = final.cons(3.14, "pi") and voila it works.

Now, there is already a module available for some default constants like PI, Euler's number etc but not for custom. You can create your own constants here.

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