Show off your Python chops and compete with others
roy at panix.com
Thu Nov 7 01:24:08 CET 2013
In article <jWAeu.102858$rN3.45213 at fx21.am4>,
Andrew Cooper <root at 127.0.0.1> wrote:
> On 07/11/2013 00:00, Nathaniel Sokoll-Ward wrote:
> > Thought this group would appreciate this:
> > www.metabright.com/challenges/python
> > MetaBright makes skill assessments to measure how talented people are at
> > different skills. And recruiters use MetaBright to find outrageously
> > skilled job candidates.
> > Python is a new area of expertise for us. We make "Challenges" for a bunch
> > of languages and we're excited to finally have Python released. Give it a
> > shot -- I'd love to hear what you think.
> "What is the correct number of spaces for indentation in Python?"
What does the following code do?
def a(b, c, d): pass
My answer: "Defines a function which returns None", but that isn't one
of the choices.
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