# Python Program to Reverse a Number Summay: In this Python tutorial, you will learn to reverse a given number using Python programming language.

Reversing a number means to change the order of the digits of the given number. For example, reverse of ‘12345’ is ‘54321’.

In Python, we can easily reverse a number by following the below steps.

1. Input a `number`.
2. Run while loop with condition `number>0`
3. Add the last digit of the number to the reverse i.e. `reverse = reverse*10 + number%10`.
4. Remove the last digit from number i.e. `number = number/10`

Here is the implementation of the above steps in Python:

``````#Reverse Number in Python

print("Enter a Number \n")
num = int(input())
rev = 0
while num > 0:
rev = (rev*10) + (num %10);
num = num//10
print("Reverse is: %d " %rev)``````

Output:

That’s all we need to write in python to reverse a number. If you still need someone to assist you, we recommend AssignmentCore to get Python programming homework help from experts. If you have any doubts, then comment below.

## 3 thoughts on “Python Program to Reverse a Number”

1. mithila says:

num = num //10
why is this double slash is required ? what does it mean?

1. Adarsh Kumar says:

‘/’ is division operator whereas ‘//’ is floor division operator.

3/2 = 1.5
3//2 = 1

1. mithila says:

thank u