Coursera | Python Data Structures

Chapter 6 Quiz >> Python Data Structures

Chapter 6 Quiz >> Python Data Structures


1.What does the following Python Program print out?

str1 = "Hello"
str2 = 'there'
bob = str1 + str2
print(bob)
  • Hello
  • Hello there
  • Hellothere
  • Hello

        there

2. What does the following Python program print out?

x = '40'
y = int(x) + 2
print(y)
  • 42
  • x2
  • 402
  • int402

3. How would you use the index operator [] to print out the letter q from the following string?

x = 'From [email protected]'
  • print(x[7])
  • print x[-1]
  • print(x[q])
  • print(x[8])
  • print(x[9])

4.How would you use string slicing [:] to print out ‘uct’ from the following string?

x = 'From [email protected]'
  • print(x[15:18])
  • print(x[14:3])
  • print(x[14:17])
  • print(x[14/17])
  • print(x[15:3])
  • print(x[14+17])

5. What is the iteration variable in the following Python code?

for letter in 'banana' :
print(letter)
  • ‘banana’
  • in
  • letter
  • for
  • print

6. What does the following Python code print out?

print(len('banana')*7)
  • banana7
  • 42
  • 0
  • bananabananabananabananabananabananabanana

7. How would you print out the following variable in all upper case in Python?

greet = 'Hello Bob'
print(upper(greet))
int i=0;
char c;
while (greet[i]){
c=greet[i];
putchar(toupper(c));
i++;
}
✅ print(greet.upper())
puts(greet.ucase);

8. Which of the following is not a valid string method in Python?


  • twist()
  • startswith()
  • join()
  • split()

9. What will the following Python code print out?

  • mar
  • uct
  • Sat
  • .ma

10. Which of the following string methods removes whitespace from both the beginning and end of a string?

  • wsrem()
  • strtrunc()
  • strip()
  • split()

Similar Posts

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *