Here is a simple Python program that adds two numbers and prints the result:

### Example 1: Add Two Numbers

```				```
# Define the two numbers
num1 = 10
num2 = 20

# Calculate the sum of the two numbers
sum = num1 + num2

# Print the result
print(sum)

```
```

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Output:

```				```
> 30
```
```

### Example 2: Add Two Numbers With User Input

```				```
# Ask the user for two numbers
num1 = input("Enter a number: ")
num2 = input("Enter another number: ")

# Convert the input strings to numbers (we assume they are both integers in this example)
num1 = int(num1)
num2 = int(num2)

# Add the numbers and store the result in a variable
result = num1 + num2

# Print the result to the user
print("The result is:", result)

```
```

This code first asks the user for two numbers using the `input()` function. The `input()` function takes a string as an argument, which is the prompt that will be displayed to the user. In this case, the prompt asks the user to enter a number.

Next, the code converts the input strings to integers using the `int()` function. This is necessary because the `input()` function always returns a string, even if the user enters a number.

After that, the code adds the two numbers and stores the result in a variable called `result`. Finally, the code prints the result to the user using the `print()` function.

You can try running this code yourself to see how it works. Just make sure to replace the example numbers with your own input.