Python Interview Questions
roy at panix.com
Mon Jul 9 15:25:44 CEST 2012
In article <3e0ef383-9615-4b4d-89c1-e5519971189f at googlegroups.com>,
yeryomin.igor at gmail.com wrote:
> On Tuesday, 30 October 2007 21:24:04 UTC+2, Tim Chase wrote:
> > - more detailed questions about the std. libraries (such as
> > datetime/email/csv/zipfile/networking/optparse/unittest)
You need to be careful when you ask questions like this. I would expect
somebody to be aware of those and have a high-level understanding of
what they do, but certainly not remember the details of the exact syntax
and argument order. Even with stuff I use everyday (like unittest and
datetime), I have a browser open to the reference manual most of the
> > - questions about PDB
Heh. I would answer that with, "Python Debugger? I've never used it".
> > Python History:
> > ===============
> > - decorators added in which version?
> > - "batteries included" SQL-capible DB in which version?
> > - the difference between "class Foo" and "class Foo(object)"
> > - questions from "import this" about pythonic code
With the exception of the question about new-style classes, these are
silly questions. I was around when both decorators and sqlite3 were
added. I couldn't possible tell you when to any precision better than
"2 dot something". As for the zen of python, it's cute, and a piece of
python folklore, but hardly an essential part of being a good python p
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