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Python (Basics and Semantics)

This quiz tests the basic knowledge associated with the popular programming language 'Python', a computer language used to run a variety of computer programs.


 

Quiz ID:#31786
Fun:** (2)
Difficulty:** (1.79)
Category:Technology > Computers
Created By:Amaranthinegb***!!!

 

 

 



#1   Python was created by Guido van Rossum.




#2   Python is a high-level, general-purpose, compiled programming language.




#3   Semantics, in computer programming, is the study of...






#4   Syntax, in computer programming, is the set of rules that define legal expressions associated with the language.




#5   There are only three types of built-in exceptions in Python: name errors, type errors, and syntax errors.




#6   Which of the following is true of Python but not of C or Java?







#7   There are two types of values in Python: numbers and strings.




#8   There are two types of numbers in Python: integers and assigned values.




#9   If the following is run using Python, what is the outcome? "print 'abc'"






#10   If the following is run using Python, what is the outcome? "print abc"






#11   If the following is run using Python, what is the outcome? "3*3"






#12   If the following is run using Python, what is the outcome? "'3'*'3'"






#13   If the following is run using Python, what is the outcome? "3**3"






#14   If the following is run using Python, what is the outcome? "print 3/5"






 

 


   



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