Python Programming Quiz – 008

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Python Programming Quiz - 008

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Using the requests library in an application can be a challenge without any performance measures. Performance measures can be defined as the way to analyze how smoothly and efficiently an application can run.

Which one of the following is an incorrect performance measure?

2 / 10

______ error is any error that can only be caught once a program is being executed.

3 / 10

The following Python statement has an error in it:

print("John, Paul, George, and Ringo)

What kind of error is this an example of?

4 / 10

Consider the following code:

response = requests.get('https://api.github.com')

The response of a request often has some valuable information, known as a payload, in the request body. Which of the following methods and properties are defined correctly to view the content of a response? Select all that apply:

5 / 10

Which of the following HTTP requests are correct? Select all that apply:

6 / 10

Why is the requests library important? Select all that apply:

7 / 10

When you see >>> inside IDLE, it means that:

8 / 10

There is a function that allows you to run Python modules without importing them first.

Is this statement True or False?

9 / 10

The following executable Python code, stored as a file, doesn’t execute from a file manager on a Linux machine.

print("Welcome to Real Python!")

What should we add to the first line of the file to ensure it runs? Select all that apply.

10 / 10

Consider you import a module(hello) into a Python script(script.py) that you are working on. Simultaneously you realize that the module is missing a statement, so you update the module. To make sure your current script imports these new changes in your Python session, what do you need to do?

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