Python Interview Pro: 101 Questions & Answers

Published 2/2023
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Section 1: Question 1-10
Lecture 1 Q 1: What is Python, and what are some of its key benefits?
Lecture 2 Q 2: What is PEP 8, and why is it important for Python developers to follow?
Lecture 3 Q 3: What is pickling and unpickling in Python, and how does it work?
Lecture 4 Q 4: How does Python code get executed?
Lecture 5 How does Python code get executed? (Example)
Lecture 6 Q 5: How does Python manage memory?
Lecture 7 How does Python manage memory?(Example)
Lecture 8 Q 6: What tools can be used for finding bugs or performing static analysis?
Lecture 9 Example
Lecture 10 Q 7: What are Python decorators?
Lecture 11 Decorator(Example)
Lecture 12 Q 8:What is the difference between a list and a tuple in Python?
Lecture 13 List and Tuple(Example)
Lecture 14 Q9: How are arguments passed and can they be modified within a function?
Lecture 15 Arguments are passed by reference(Example)
Lecture 16 Q 10: What are Dict and List comprehensions in Python?
Lecture 17 list and dict comprehensions(Example)
Section 2: Question 11-20
Lecture 18 Q 11: What built-in types does Python provide?
Lecture 19 Built-in types(Example)
Lecture 20 Q 12: What is a namespace in Python?
Lecture 21 Namespace(Example)
Lecture 22 Q 13: What is a lambda function in Python?
Lecture 23 Lambda function(Example)
Lecture 24 Q 14: Why do lambda forms in Python not have statements?
Lecture 25 Q 15: What is the "pass" keyword in Python?
Lecture 26 "pass" keyword (Example)
Lecture 27 Q 16: What are iterators in Python?
Lecture 28 Iterators (Example)
Lecture 29 Q 17:What is slicing in Python?
Lecture 30 Slicing(Example)
Lecture 31 Q 18:What are generators in Python?
Lecture 32 Generator(Example)
Lecture 33 Q 19: What is a docstring in Python?
Lecture 34 Docstring(Example)
Lecture 35 Q 20: How can you copy an object in Python?
Lecture 36 Copy an object(Example)
Section 3: Question 21-30
Lecture 37 Q 21: How can you convert a number to a string?
Lecture 38 Convert a number to a string(Example)
Lecture 39 Q 22: What is the difference between range and xrange in Python?
Lecture 40 Q 23: What is the difference between a module and a package in Python?
Lecture 41 Difference between a module and a package(Example)
Lecture 42 Q 24: What are the rules for local and global variables in Python?
Lecture 43 Local and Global variables(Example)
Lecture 44 Q 25: How can you share global variables across modules in Python?
Lecture 45 Share global variables(Example)
Lecture 46 Q 26: How can you make a Python script executable on Unix?
Lecture 47 Q 27: How can you delete a file in Python?
Lecture 48 Q 28: How can you generate random numbers in Python?
Lecture 49 Random number(Example)
Lecture 50 Q 29: How can you access a module written in Python from C?
Lecture 51 Access a module written in Python from C(Example)
Lecture 52 Q 30: What is the use of the // operator in Python?
Lecture 53 // Operator(Example)
Section 4: Question 31-40
Lecture 54 Q 31: What are some benefits of using Python?
Lecture 55 Q 32: What is the split function in Python and how is it used?
Lecture 56 Q 33: What is Flask and what are its benefits?
Lecture 57 Flask(Example)
Lecture 58 Q 34: What are the differences between Flask, Pyramid, and Django?
Lecture 59 Q 35: What is Flask-WTF and what features does it offer?
Lecture 60 Q 36: What is the common way for a Flask script to work?
Lecture 61 Q 37: Explain how you can access sessions in Flask?
Lecture 62 Q 38: What is the relationship between Flask and the MVC model?
Lecture 63 Q 39: How does database connection work in Python Flask?
Lecture 64 Q 40: What happens when a Memcache server containing data fails in a setup?
Section 5: Question 41-50
Lecture 65 Q 41: What is the Python If Statement and how is it used?
Lecture 66 If(Example)
Lecture 67 Q 42: What is the While loop in Python and how does it work?
Lecture 68 Q 43: What is the enumerate() function in Python and how is it used?
Lecture 69 Enumerate(Example)
Lecture 70 Q 44: How can you use a for loop to repeat the same statement in Python?
Lecture 71 Q 45: What is Tuple Matching in Python?
Lecture 72 Q 46: What is a Dictionary in Python and how is it used?
Lecture 73 Q 47: How to copy a dictionary in Python?
Lecture 74 Q 48: What is the process of updating a Python dictionary?
Lecture 75 Q 49: What are the len() method for Python dictionaries, cmp() method for lists?
Lecture 76 Q 50: What are the most commonly used methods for Python dictionaries?
Section 6: Question 51-60
Lecture 77 Q 51: What are Arithmetic Operators in Python? Provide an example.
Lecture 78 Q 52: Can you provide an example of Logical Operators in Python?
Lecture 79 Logical Operators(Example)
Lecture 80 Q 53: What are Membership Operators in Python and can you provide an example?
Lecture 81 Q 54: What is Operator Precedence in Python and can you provide an example?
Lecture 82 Q 55: Explain arrays in Pythons with example
Lecture 83 Q 56: How can you access array elements in Python?
Lecture 84 Q 57: How do you insert elements into an array in Python?
Lecture 85 Q 58: How do you search and get the index of a value in an array in Python?
Lecture 86 Q 59: How do you reverse an array in Python?
Lecture 87 Q 60: How do you convert an array to Unicode in Python?
Section 7: Question 61-70
Lecture 88 Q 61: Can you provide an example of a class in Python?
Lecture 89 Q 62: What is Inheritance in Python, and can you provide an example?
Lecture 90 Q 63: Can you provide an example of constructors in Python?
Lecture 91 Q 64: How can you access values in a string in Python?
Lecture 92 Q 65: What are the string operators in Python, and what are their descriptions a
Lecture 93 Q 66: Give example of sleep() function in Python
Lecture 94 Q 67: What is timer method in Python?
Lecture 95 Q 68: What is the calendar class in Python, and can you give an example?
Lecture 96 Q 69: What is a ZIP file in Python, and how can you create one with an example?
Lecture 97 Q70: What are some common examples of exceptions in Python?
Section 8: Question 71-80
Lecture 98 Q 71: What are some important Python errors and what do they mean?
Lecture 99 Q 72: What is JSON dumps() in Python and can you provide an example?
Lecture 100 Q 73: How do you convert JSON to Python and can you provide an example?
Lecture 101 Q 74: How can I find the average of a set of numbers using a loop in Python?
Lecture 102 Q 75: How can I count the number of times a specific element appears in a list?
Lecture 103 Q 76: How can I count the number of duplicate elements in a given list in Python
Lecture 104 Q 77: How can I create a matrix in Python using the numpy library?
Lecture 105 Q 78: How can I perform matrix subtraction in Python using the numpy library?
Lecture 106 Q 79: How can I perform matrix multiplication in Python using the numpy library?
Lecture 107 Q 80: What is matrix slicing in Python, and how does it work?
Section 9: Question 81-90
Lecture 108 Q 81: How can I find the index of a specific element in a list using a for loop?
Lecture 109 Q 82: What is the Python type() function?
Lecture 110 Q 83: How can you print without a newline in Python?
Lecture 111 Q 84: How to print the star (*) pattern without newline and space?
Lecture 112 Q 85: What is __init__ in Python?
Lecture 113 __init__(Example)
Lecture 114 Q 86: What is Pandas and what is it used for?
Lecture 115 Q 87: What are the major features and benefits of Pandas?
Lecture 116 Q 88: How to delete and replace a column in a numpy array with a new column
Lecture 117 Q 89: Is python case sensitive?
Lecture 118 Q 90: What are the new features added in Python version?
Section 10: Question 91-101
Lecture 119 Q 91: What is the meaning of[::-1] in Python?
Lecture 120 Q 92: Is indentation required in Python?
Lecture 121 Q 93: How does the 'break', 'continue', and 'pass' statements work in Python?
Lecture 122 Q 94: What is a Pandas dataframe?
Lecture 123 Q 95: What is monkey patching in Python?
Lecture 124 Monkey Patching(Example)
Lecture 125 Q 96: How can CSV data be read into an array using NumPy?
Lecture 126 Q 97: How can you randomize the items of a list in place in Python?
Lecture 127 Q 98: What is the use of the 'with' statement and its syntax in Python?
Lecture 128 Q 99: What is a dynamically typed language?
Lecture 129 Q 100: Why is Python's NumPy array better than lists?
Lecture 130 Q 101: Tell me the names of some Python built-in modules?
Section 11: Additional Content(Quiz 1)
Section 12: Additional Content(Quiz 2)
Section 13: Additional Content(Find the Output(Videos))
Lecture 131 Predict the Output : Part 1
Lecture 132 Predict the Output : Part 2
Lecture 133 Predict the Output : Part 3
Lecture 134 Predict the Output : Part 4
Lecture 135 Predict the Output : Part 5
Lecture 136 Predict the Output : Part 6
Lecture 137 Predict the Output : Part 7
Lecture 138 Predict the Output : Part 8
Lecture 139 Predict the Output : Part 9
Lecture 140 Predict the Output : Part 10
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