# How to Write a Python Program to Convert Celsius to Fahrenheit?

To write a Python program to convert Celsius to Fahrenheit, you can use the following formula:

``F = (C * 9/5) + 32``

Here’s an example program:

``````celsius = float(input("Enter temperature in Celsius: "))

fahrenheit = (celsius * 9/5) + 32

print("Temperature in Fahrenheit: ", fahrenheit)``````

In this program, the `float(input("Enter temperature in Celsius: "))` line prompts the user to enter a temperature in Celsius, which is then converted to a floating-point number using the `float()` function.

The conversion formula `(celsius * 9/5) + 32` is used to calculate the equivalent temperature in Fahrenheit. The result is stored in the `fahrenheit` variable.

Finally, the program prints the temperature in Fahrenheit using the `print()` function.

Here’s an example output:

``````Enter temperature in Celsius: 25
Temperature in Fahrenheit:  77.0``````

The temperature in Celsius (25) is converted to Fahrenheit (77) according to the conversion formula.