Quiz Discussion

What is the value of the following expression?

2+4.00, 2**4.0

 

Course Name: Python

  • 1]

    (6.0, 16.0)

  • 2]

    (6.00, 16.00)

  • 3]

    (6, 16)

  • 4]

    (6.00, 16.0)

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1
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What data type is the object below?

L = [1, 23, 'hello', 1]

 

  • 1]

    list

  • 2]

    dictionary

  • 3]

    array

  • 4]

    tuple

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2
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The one’s complement of 110010101 is:

  • 1]

    001101010

  • 2]

    110010100

  • 3]

    110010101

  • 4]

    001101011

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3
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Which of the following operators has its associativity from right to left?

  • 1]

    +

  • 2]

    //

  • 3]

    %

  • 4]

    **

Solution
4
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What is the return value of trunc()?

  • 1]

    int

  • 2]

    bool

  • 3]

    float

  • 4]

    None

Solution
5
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What will be the output of the following Python code?

>>>str="hello"
>>>str[:2]
>>>

 

  • 1]

    he

  • 2]

    olleh

  • 3]

    lo

  • 4]

    hello

Solution
6
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In python we do not specify types, it is directly interpreted by the compiler, so consider the following operation to be performed.

>>>x = 13 ? 2

the objective is to make sure x has an integer value, select all that apply

  • 1]

    x = 13 // 2

  • 2]

    x = int(13 / 2)

  • 3]

    x = 13 % 2

  • 4]

    All of the mentioned

Solution
7
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Which one of the following has the same precedence level?

  • 1]

    Addition and Subtraction

  • 2]

    Multiplication, Division and Addition

  • 3]

    Multiplication, Division, Addition and Subtraction

  • 4]

    Addition and Multiplication

Solution
8
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In order to store values in terms of key and value we use what core data type.

  • 1]

    tuple

  • 2]

    list

  • 3]

    class

  • 4]

    dictionary

Solution
9
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Which of the following results in a SyntaxError?

  • 1]

     ‘”Once upon a time…”, she said.’

  • 2]

    “He said, ‘Yes!'”

  • 3]

    ‘3\’

  • 4]

     ”’That’s okay”’

Solution
10
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It is not possible for the two’s complement value to be equal to the original value in any case.

  • 1]

    True

  • 2]

    False

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