- Chapter 1- Computer overview and its Basics
- Chapter 2- Software Concepts
- Chapter 3- Data Representation
- Chapter 4- Microprocessor and Memory Concepts
- Chapter 5- Programming Methodology
- Chapter 6- Algorithms and Flowcharts
- Chapter 7- Introduction to Python
- Chapter 8- Getting Started with Python
- Chapter 9- Operators in Python
- Chapter 11- Conditional and Looping Constructs
- Chapter 12- Strings
- Chapter 13- Lists, Dictionaries and Tuples

Chapter 1- Computer overview and its Basics |
Chapter 2- Software Concepts |
Chapter 3- Data Representation |
Chapter 4- Microprocessor and Memory Concepts |
Chapter 5- Programming Methodology |
Chapter 6- Algorithms and Flowcharts |
Chapter 7- Introduction to Python |
Chapter 8- Getting Started with Python |
Chapter 9- Operators in Python |
Chapter 11- Conditional and Looping Constructs |
Chapter 12- Strings |
Chapter 13- Lists, Dictionaries and Tuples |

What is sys.argv?

**Answer
1** :

A list containing the program name and all the command-line arguments to a program.

What can you do with the eval function?

**Answer
2** :

Eval(s) evaluates an expression contained in a string s and returns the resulting object.

What does sys.argv[1:] mean?

**Answer
3** :

A list of the command-line arguments.

What type of errors does the exception type NameError correspond to?

**Answer
4** :

A variable that is not initialized (defined), perhaps a variable/function that is misspelled.

Why we use ceil(x) function?

**Answer
5** :

It returns the ceiling of x as a float, the smallest integer value greater than or equal to x.

Why we use floor(x) function?

**Answer
6** :

It returns the floor of x as a float, the largest integer value less than or equal to x.

What value will be return by log10(x) ?

**Answer
7** :

Returns the base-10 logarithm of x. This is usually more accurate than log(x,10).

What value will be return by cos(x)?

**Answer
8** :

Returns the cosine of x radians.

Define tan(x) function in python.

**Answer
9** :

Tan(x) function return the tangent of x radians.

What gets printed? Assuming python version 2.x print type(l/2)

**Answer
10** :

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