Python is a language that is processed in real time through an interpreter, also called Python. So there is no need to compile the code before running it.
The Python console is a program that allows you to enter Python commands one line at a time. This is called REPL (Read-Eval-Print-Loop).
Python allows you to perform arithmetic calculations in real time as if it were a calculator. You can directly enter values for operations on a single line.
Floats, or floating numbers, are decimal numbers, that is, those that have a comma (0.24, -3.1423333). These numbers can be defined directly by writing the number with a comma, or using operators that generate decimal numbers such as divisions between integers.