Python Programming Quiz – 004

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Python Programming Quiz - 004

1 / 10

Numbers starting with 0 are considered as _____ in python?

2 / 10

Which among the following escape characters indicates hexadecimal numbers?

3 / 10

What is the difference between find() and rfind()?

4 / 10

Which of the following list comprehension results in a cascaded list of number and its square ?

5 / 10

Which of the following cannot be part of a python identifier?

6 / 10

What will the output of the following code snippet?

import math 
print (-math.inf)

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What will be the output?

x = 'wow' 
i = 'w' 
while i in x: 
    x = x.upper() 
    x = x[1:]

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What will be the output?

import math 

9 / 10

Suppose s1 and s2 are two strings. How can we concatenate those?

10 / 10

Which of has same precedence in Python?

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