# Finding the difference between two numbers using Python

To find the difference between two numbers using Python, you can simply subtract one number from the other using the `-` operator. Here’s an example:

``````num1 = 10
num2 = 5
diff = num1 - num2
print(diff) # Output: 5``````

In this example, we define two variables `num1` and `num2` with the values of 10 and 5, respectively. We then subtract `num2` from `num1` using the `-` operator and store the result in a new variable `diff`. Finally, we print the value of `diff`, which is 5 in this case.

You can also take input from the user to find the difference between two numbers using the `input()` function. Here’s an example:

``````num1 = int(input("Enter the first number: "))
num2 = int(input("Enter the second number: "))
diff = num1 - num2
print(diff)``````
```Enter the first number: 20
Enter the second number: 19
1```

In this example, we use the `input()` function to take two integer inputs from the user and store them in the variables `num1` and `num2`. We then subtract `num2` from `num1` using the `-` operator and store the result in a new variable `diff`. Finally, we print the value of `diff`, which is the difference between the two numbers entered by the user.

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