Python Programming Quiz – 007


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Python Programming Quiz - 007

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When you try to run Python scripts, a multi-step process begins. In this process the interpreter performs three steps:

  1. Ship off the code for execution.
  2. Process the statements of your script in a sequential fashion.
  3. Compile the source code to an intermediate format known as bytecode.

Identify the correct order of these steps:

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What is the key difference between Python scripts and modules?

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Which operator is used to multiply numbers?

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Which method can be used to replace parts of a string?

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Which of these collections defines a LIST?

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In Python 3, the maximum value for an integer is 263 - 1:

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Which of the following is not a Python built-in function?

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Which operator can be used to compare two values?

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The Python interpreter takes the code that you write and converts it to the language that the computer’s hardware understands.

Is this statement True or False?

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What are some of the ways we can use to run Python code interactively? Select all that apply:

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