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# Create integer variable by assigning hexadecimal value in Python

To assign value in hexadecimal format to a variable, we use 0x or 0X suffix. It tells to the compiler that the value (suffixed with 0x or 0X) is a hexadecimal value and assigns it to the variable.

Syntax to assign an hexadecimal value to the variable

```    x = 0x123AF
```

### Python code to create variable by assigning hexadecimal value

In this program, we are declaring some of the variables by assigning the values in hexadecimal format, printing their types, values in decimal format and hexadecimal format.

``````# Python code to create variable

# creating number variable
a = 0x123
b = 0X123
c = 0xAFAF
d = 0Xafaf
e = 0x7890abcdef

# printing types
print("type of the variables...")
print("type of a: ", type(a))
print("type of b: ", type(b))
print("type of c: ", type(c))
print("type of d: ", type(d))
print("type of e: ", type(e))

# printing values in decimal format
print("value of the variables in decimal format...")
print("value of a: ", a)
print("value of b: ", b)
print("value of c: ", c)
print("value of d: ", d)
print("value of e: ", e)

# printing values in hexadecimal format
print("value of the variables in hexadecimal format...")
print("value of a: ", hex(a))
print("value of b: ", hex(b))
print("value of c: ", hex(c))
print("value of d: ", hex(d))
print("value of e: ", hex(e))``````

Output

```type of the variables...
type of a:  <class 'int'>
type of b:  <class 'int'>
type of c:  <class 'int'>
type of d:  <class 'int'>
type of e:  <class 'int'>
value of the variables in decimal format...
value of a:  291
value of b:  291
value of c:  44975
value of d:  44975
value of e:  517823253999
value of the variables in hexadecimal format...
value of a:  0x123
value of b:  0x123
value of c:  0xafaf
value of d:  0xafaf
value of e:  0x7890abcdef
```