Python Quizzes

Welcome to Python Beginners Quiz. This quiz will check your basic knowledge in Python Programming Language. Each correct answer will give you 5 points each. Only a very small percentage of people could score 100 out of 100 in this quiz. So Let's begin !!!

1.
a = ""
for i in range(1,10,2):
a +=str(i)
print(a)
2. We need PyCharm or Anaconda in order to run a Python program?
3. All of the below statements will print "Hello World"?
print('Hello World','',"")
print('',"Hello World")
print('Hello'+' '+'World')
4. Is python an Interpreted Language?
5.
if ("condition"):
print("Python is Great")
else:
print("Python is not Great")
6. You can use reverse() function in python to reverse a string?
7. Does Python have Switch statement?
8.
if (-1):
print("Python is Great")
else:
print("Python is not Great")
9. Is Python List and Tuples are same and can be used interchangeably?
10.
import random
fruit = random.randint(0,2)
fruits = ["Apple","Blueberry","Cherry"]
print("If you are hungry, You can eat {}".format(fruits[fruit]))
11. Which Language Python is written in?
12. Django Framework can be used to develop Gaming Applications?
13.
fruits = ["Apple","Blueberry","Cherry"]

if "blueberry" in fruits:
print("Yes, Stock is availble")
else:
print("Stock is not available")
14. Who is the creator of Python Programming Language?
15. All datatypes in python are not class?
16.
What's the output?

fruits = ["Apple", "Blueberry", "Cherry"]
print(fruits[::-1])
17. Python can't be used to create a website?
18.
What's the output?

print("What's your name?")
name = input()
print("Hi, " + name[::-1])

User Inputs:
itpanther.com
19.
What's the output of this program?

print("Enter two numbers and I will add these numbers for you.")
first_number = input()
second_number  = input()
print(" Sum is: "+ first_number + second_number)

User Inputs: 
2
3
20.
What's the output of this program?

print("Enter a Number:")
first_number = int(input())
print(first_number)

User Inputs:
A

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Your Email?

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