How to use 'how to add multiple numbers in python' in Python

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3def add_commas_to_number(the_num):
4 """Add commas to thousandths places--or return an error message
5 https://stackoverflow.com/questions/5180365/python-add-comma-into-number-string
6 """
7 if not the_num:
8 return None, "You must specify a number"
9 #
10 if type(the_num) == int:
11 return '{:,}'.format(the_num), None
12 elif type(the_num) == float:
13 return '{:,.2f}'.format(the_num), None # Rounds to 2 decimal places
14 else:
15 err_msg = ('Please use an int or float.')
16 return None, err_msg
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131def add_numbers():
132 """
133 Basic approximation of all known explicit number expressions.
134
135 Handles:
136 fractions (quarter/half)
137 cardinal numbers <1, 59>
138 """
139
140 for fraction, fraction_spelling in [(0.25, 'quarter'), (0.5, 'half')]:
141 add_db_number(fraction, fraction_spelling)
142
143 for cardinal in xrange(60):
144 add_db_number(cardinal, spell_number(cardinal))
145
146 for single_digit in xrange(9):
147 add_db_number(single_digit, "zero " + spell_number(single_digit))
148 add_db_number(single_digit, "o " + spell_number(single_digit))

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