To check the last digit of a number in Python, you can use the modulo operator (%). The modulo operator returns the remainder of a division operation. If you divide a number by 10 and take the remainder, you will get the last digit of the number.
Here’s an example code snippet to check the last digit of a number in Python:
number = 12345 last_digit = number % 10 print(last_digit)
In this example, the number is 12345. When we apply the modulo operator with 10, we get the remainder 5, which is the last digit of the number. We store the last digit in the variable last_digit and print it using the print statement.
You can replace the value of the variable “number” with any integer value, and the code will output the last digit of that number.